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“Freight Train Love” reviewed by Jay Minkin in “No Depression”

No Depression

Jay Minkin, in his review of Freight Train Love, says:

“I didn’t know about this St. Louis-based singer-songwriter who has recorded ten other albums over the last dozen years, until a copy of her album from KG Music Press showed up in my mailbox. It sat until last week on a cold, rainy afternoon I decided to pop the disc into my car’s CD changer for the commute home and it was as if the clouds parted for a ray of sunshine.”

Read the rest of his review on No Depression

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Freight Train Love reviewed in Michael Doherty’s Music Log

Michael Doherty's Music Log

In his review of Freight Train Love, Michael Doherty says, “On this album, Hilary Scott combines country, rock, folk and pop to create a wonderful and diverse collection of songs. This singer/songwriter has a voice rich with emotion and power. This CD also showcases her songwriting ability, for she wrote or co-wrote the majority of the tracks…Hilary Scott has gathered a seriously good group of musicians for this release, including Mike Finnigan on piano and organ. If his name isn’t familiar to you, you’ll certainly recognize the names of some of the people he’s played with over the years: Jimi Hendrix, Peter Frampton, Joe Cocker, for example. And Bob Glaub is on bass. He’s played with Leonard Cohen (he did that bass intro to “Closing Time”), Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan and Neil Diamond, among others…”

You’ll want to read the full review!  You can read it HERE or directly on Michael Doherty’s Music Log

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Maverick Magazine gives “Freight Train Love” its top rating: Four Stars!!

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The November/December 2014 issue of Maverick magazine (UK) gives Freight Train Love the maximum four-star rating, and reviewer Paul Collins has this to say about Hilary Scott’s new album, ““If there is such a thing as creative country pop then this is it from an underrated singer songwriter…Blessed with a powerful voice and equally at home on guitar, keyboards or violin Hilary is a talented lady and she writes good songs too, seven of the ten on this album are from her pen…

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“Hilary Scott Is Living Freight Train Love” – Joe Montague, Riveting Riffs

Riveting Riffs

Joe Montague of Riveting Riffs reviews Freight Train Love and has this to say,

“… “Freight Train Love,” is one of the best songs that Riveting Riffs Magazine has listened to this year. Hilary Scott has been a secret that has been kept from too many for far too long. She knows how to turn a phrase and her vocal technique is excellent, while her tone is clear. Backed by a stellar cast of musicians, Scott and co-writer and producer Michael O’Neill have created a gem…

Read more HERE

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“Hilary Scott performs at her finest on ‘Freight Train Love’” – Aarik Danielsen, Columbia Daily Tribune

Columbia Daily Tribune

Aarik Danielsen says… “If Hilary Scott had her voice and nothing else, she would be able to get by.  The one-time Columbia resident owns a full, expressive instrument equally capable of supplying the sweetness of honeyed soul, lowering the boom in a power ballad and skirting the edges of rock…”  Read the full review HERE

 

 

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Freight Train Love reviewed by Music Morsel Reviews

Music Morsels Reviews

“Reviewer MW writes, “The crisp hookiness of the title track – the romping boogie of “Get Your Love” and heartbreaking emotive blues-with-a-bite “Losing You” – gives you an idea of Hilary’s talent to weave the slight variance of styles into very solid, enjoyable songs. Her voice is the strongest glue that does this – a breathless croon that has a soulful quality with both range and control that helps you feel the straight-from-the-heart lyrics.”

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