The Kenn Morr Band's "Afterimage" Is a Double-CD, 28 favorite KMB songs re-recorded "live" in the studio. Watch the KMB perform "In the Name of Rock & Roll" at Heckscher Museum of Art (courtesy of videographer Ed Tammaro...)  


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From Belgium:  "What strikes us after listening to the two CDs is the huge arsenal of great songs that Kenn Morr has strung together in his music career. It makes him one of the best singer-songwriters in the contemporary music scene… there is much soul and belief in the poetic lyrics in all these songs that he has written…Songs that may resonate at any time of the day on my home stereo." Rootstime, Belgium

From the U.K.   "This reflective ‘best of the best’ gives all you would expect from ‘Lazy Afternoon’, ‘Anna Lee’ and Trade Winds’ through ‘Bad Days’ and ‘Lost Tales’ to ‘Move On, ‘High Wire’ and 'Let’s Take Tonight’. That's a personal view, of course, your ‘best of list’ will doubtless be different than mine. Whatever it takes, this is an album that Morr fans will soak up..." FolkWords, UK

From Holland:  "Kenn sounds warm and relaxed (he reminds me occasionally of Terry Lee Hale, Chip Taylor and especially Elliott Murphy.) Tom and Pat are close to a stunning Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young-like vocals and all instruments are beautifully played with great skill. I especially love the accordion,harmonica and Bob's fancy drumming..." Reel Roots Cafe, Holland