Reviews of “Incident”

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AmericanRootsUK –  This tremendous album covers a broad canvas stylistically, with it’s tap root in country music but with so much more included. See more

My Joog.com – Recently I was sent the SoundCloud link for Greg Trooper’s Incident On Willow Street and it’s been making me wonder why I hadn’t been following this singer songwriter earlier. see more

The Alternate Root – Greg Trooper has the lead spot in his music as singer, songwriter and stage set designer. His songs cover the who, what, where, when and how in a heartbeat, clueing the listener in, involving them into the tale with the sly wink of a sideshow barker. see more

Blues And More Again – From the first few bars of ‘All The Way To Amsterdam’, Greg Trooper conjures melodies and lyrical content that may, on a single album, define the nebulous term Americana, just as he has been doing in his 30 year career. see more 

The Song In my Head Today – Chalk up another winner for Troop. 
At first I didn’t like the pulp fiction-y cover art (see video below), but the more I listened to this album, the more I realized why it fits: because Greg Trooper is himself a storyteller par excellence. see more

sun209.com – A rich and rewarding collection from an extraordinarily consistent singer-songwriter. see more

Country Standard Time –  Given the fact that it’s long past time Greg Trooper got due recognition as the Americana treasure he is, “Incident on Willow Street” will hopefully be the album that brings him the acclamation he clearly deserves. see more

No Depression/Hyperbolium –  Trooper adds a helping of folk and soul to the equation, giving him a range that encompasses the heart of Arthur Alexander, Willy DeVille and the Hacienda Brothers, the emotional perception of Richard Thompson, and the character-driven stories of Nashville. see more

Rambles.net –  Incident on Willow Street is resolutely unfashionable, straightforward, devoid of bombast, the musical equivalent of a meal of meat and potatoes in an out-of-the-way greasy spoon where the grub tastes good and fills you up. see more

WYCE Music Journal –  Greg Trooper has been hailed by the likes of Steve Earle & Billy Bragg as one of the worlds greatest songwriters. see more