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Sam Robbins (from the album Bigger Than in Heaven on Sam Robbins Music) (by Bryant Liggett)
Sam Robbins latest record hits the heart. When Bigger Than in Between isn’t knocking you dead with quick little quips, Sam Robbins’ folksiness is painting picturesque situations that have you awaiting an outcome. The breathy opener in “Bigger Than in Between” has soft harmonies that sing of ‘glowing moments pushing us toward the truth’ as Robbins sings of both fear and love that hangs all around us. Sam Robbins drops some boogie in the autobiographical “Reverence” as he sings of his first beer at 12, his first drum sticks and kit, and that first ‘cheap red Fender’ guitar at 15.
“All the Pieces are There” is a slow ballad that references the weirdness of having ‘a couple thousand friends at least on the internet’. It’s a dreamy, out of body tune wishing you were something else. “Hard to Hate” hits it all home where Robbins sings of showing up to play a show in a biker bar while driving a not-so-biker-bar-friendly Prius. Biker approaches, and with no allies in your corner and its one on one from two different sides, its way easier to make friend. It’s a great tale.
Sam Robbins is quiet, soft, and his songs do what a song is supposed to do. They render thoughts, create a memory, and a dozen times Bigger Than in Between creates a ‘been down that road’ situation.
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