The Neighborhood - Slash 1990
Hidalgo's and Perez' songs are very varied and provides space for both the melodic and instrumental - all members are excellent musicians.
The band's love for the blues is highligted on "Down By the River Bed" where John Hiatt is to find in the chorus. Also "I Walk Alone" and "The Neighborhood" belong to the blues category.
The melodic and folk-inspired characterize strongest songs of the album, such as "Emily," "Take My Hand," "The Giving Tree" and not least the beautiful "Little John of God" where Levon Helm convincingly joins in with his vocals. Another favorite is the Lovin Spoonful-like "Deep Dark Hole".
A really great album on which actually only the group's cover of "Georgia Slop" disappoints