Remember when music used to make you feel good? Well-written memorable songs you could really get into? Tunes that stuck in your mind? Whatever happened to music like that?
Robert Kramers' latest release, "Legacy of Love", is a return to that philosophy, offering a collection of catchy, radio friendly well-written rock, r&b, blues and acoustic tunes that already has critics saying "real music is back". Often compared to such notables as Sting, Clapton, Pink Floyd and Yes, Kramers' latest offering takes the listener above and beyond comparisons, and sets its' own watermark.
Hard-driving, powerful, and sensitive all at the same time, Kramer teams up with some formidable musicians on this latest project, including guitarists extrodinaire Jimmy Ryan & Rich Poston, and also, stunning premiere performances by legendary former vocalist/musician for Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention, Napoleon Murphy Brock, and international female R & B singing sensation Naseem, who bring a special energy and mood to the music.
From hard-edged rockers that bring to mind such artists as Springsteen, Moody Blues, and The Police, to atmospheric blues, up-tempo progressive rock/pop, or passionate R&B, every song tells a personal story that explores what we feel, who we are, and where we are headed. As a quote from the title song says, "what we leave behind is a Legacy of Love..."
Remember how REAL MUSIC used to make you feel?? Wouldn't you like to feel that way again?