One More TomorrowNovember 30, 2015 10:26 am
Sometimes you have to buy the album because of what the cover promises.
So it was when I saw Henry Gross “Plug Me Into Something” nestled in the new release wall at my beloved Evolution Tapes and Records in South Houston. I mean – how could I NOT buy it?
Sometimes the music delivers what the cover promises.
So it was when I dropped the needle on “One More Tomorrow,” the lead track on this power pop gem of a record. A crunchingly cool guitar riff, vocals that sound like Eric Carmen’s choirboy brother and harmonies from the Raspberries-cum-Beach Boys school make this my favorite cut from one of my favorite albums of 1974.
Oh – guess what else came out that year? Badfinger “Wish You Were Here” and The Raspberries “Starting Over.” Henry is in good company.