If you have been a reader for a while and keep up with the Artist Spotlights and Album Reviews here on the blog, you know I like an instrumental song. And Ranzel X Kendrick’s Texas Sagebrush gave me one; Hills of Kendralia. I don’t normally listen to the songs on an album in order, I like to skip around and I’m glad the first one I clicked was Hills of Kendralia.
When that track ended, I was ready to check out what else goodness was going to come through my speakers from Texas Sagebrush. I will say, the album did not disappoint. The track The Fair Grass, I had it on repeat. Very mellow song, as an introvert with anxiety, this is a good calming song. Another track that must be mentioned is Private Miracle. Another great song that has a calming effect. The guitar in this song, wonderfully delightful. If you listen closely, you hear can hear the faint sound of the triangle. Giving it this song this really good vibe.
Again, this album does not disappoint. It’s a must listen too!
About Ranzel X Kendrick
The only son of Texas ranch-family parents, Ranzel X Kendrick’s passion for music started in grade school when multi-Grammy winner and Country Western legend “uncle” Roger Miller started giving tips on his songwriting. As a teen, Kendrick and his high school drummer buddy often jammed with Miller when he was in town.
Kendrick has since written a delightful catalog of original songs. Texas Sagebrush is the second of a 3-album “Texas Series” set, which started with Texas Paintbrush (2017) and will finish with the last in the series, Texas Cactus.
Each album features a variety of production styles: from solo guitar and vocal to simple rhythm sections, to more intricate full instrumentation and more.
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