Took me to blues church!!!!
'What your made of' what a kick a** song! Don't understand why it's not rated as one of the best songs on this album! I played it over&over. Sang, danced, smiled! Thanks Jonny! Folks you gotta hear this album, & frankly ALL of Jonny's albums! He's an old soul, he's right up there with the eldest of blues players, he can hang with the best, & could since he was a kid ! Been listening to him since 1997! He's barely in late 30s now! You wont be disappointed if you buy this album! (Buy the collection)
As a long time Jonny Lang fan, I too miss his early blues, but this is a really good album, and Bring Me Back Home is the sweetest song I've heard in a long time... could listen to it over & over!
I LOVE this album by Jonny Lang!!!
Signs is a terrific album showing Jonny at his best and most mature. It is a pleasant, easy to listen to album that just keeps getting better and better with each play! He is also really sexy so you can't go wrong ;) It really makes you long for him. Check him out live too!
Like the old blues Johnny Lang much better . Back in 1997. This is terrible
Missing the blues MAN
I miss the BLUES DUDE after Stevie Ray died Jonny kept the blues rock going.
Missing the real JL
Not great. Miles away from his first two albums
Lie to Me
Damnit Jonny you’ve GOT to step back 20yrs and give us some more of those hot blues and smoking guitar. That’s you man!
Make it Move
By Robbie Rob 15
I think I listened to this track 20 times today alone. Amazing artist, gotta see him live, it’s the way to go!
Love your music and I have been to your shows in Nashville TN and will go again😎
Best effort since the early days
This is a good album with many solid tracks. I like it much better then his last few records. That said I truly miss his early blues sound, he was really phenomenal great guitar and great voice for the blues.
Trouble is Jonny is more a fan of R&B then blues and this is the direction he has chosen. I'm thankful he decided to make this record more guitar centric and have more of an edge to it.
If he would of stuck to blues he'd be on the same level as Joe B, but it was not to be. No matter the style his voice is still incredible and on those rare occasions he decides to really get on that guitar it's always worth the wait.