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"Henry engineers his most compelling and far-reaching testimony to date.
Much like the message it delivers, the music cuts a wide swath: whimsy and
pain, dalliance and heartbreak, frustration and bliss. Henry puts his adroit
band through its musical paces, traveling through a range of genres and
dynamics from straight-ahead roots folk to progressive jazz. Still, there is
an upwelling of raw veracity that binds this collection of songs into a true
album...Always true to theme, Henry encourages a freely collaborative
creative environment, one which consistently pays dividends in the lush layers
of sound that end up in the studio." ...
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"Delightful – to me it sounds like summer music.
Like driving with the top down, sun on the horizon, endless possibilities. So uplifting and joyous!"
— Kelleigh McKenzie, recording artist
"Kurt Henry has evolved through folk, jazz, latin and quasi-Caribbean styles into his own distinctly American sound. With an organic production and a solid drumming foundation by producer Eric Parker, and including top support from local legends Harvey Kaiser and David Sancious, the KHB turns in a tight and varied set of mature tunes."
— Roll: Creative Living in the Hudson Valley
"Mighty cool music. Lots of sounds on this disc, and they're all great! Production is beautiful, too, with excellent sound & striking photography. Enjoy!"
"After many attempts to convey what I feel when I listen to Kurt Henry's CD, "Love's Enough," it has finally come down to this: satisfying finesse. While other accomplished writers and musicians make a commercial living at their craft, this is one artist whose craftsmanship remains crystalline, waiting for those who wish to seek a window to another world."
— Peggy Atwood, recording artist
"Love's Enough weaves a wonderful spell of rock, traditional roots and mountain magic. The music on Love's Enough combines passion and dreams in songs that find their way into your soul."
— Linda Champanier, illustrator of fantasy, including The Firebringer Trilogy by Meredith Ann Pierce
"Kurt Henry shows us once again that he is a rara avis — a truly consummate musician, not only capable of making us care, but of making us see and feel in a way that truly opens us. His songs are for listening; his best songs, like "All Our Fathers," are not only for repeated listening, but for living with over a period of time, deepening into their richness."
"Vocals are excellent and well-equipped to sell the material.the chord changes are creative, the melodies are direct and concise."
— Dr. John
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"... rousing music.. compelling appearance... perpetually expressive
lyrics as intriguing as always..."
— Woodstock Times
"with the mustached intensity of a Viking lord and the sensitivity
of an Indian shaman (Henry) has maintained his uncanny ability to write
memorable material... his classical background shows... lyrics read like
fine and sometimes tragic poetry."
"vocals are excellent.. artist sings with feeling and expresses
originality... chord progressions are creative, the melodies are direct
— Mac Rebbenack (Dr. John)
"Henry's ecleticism no mere gimmick... steeped himself in traditions...
simmering artistic mixture. 'The Sailor's Wife' may be compared to Child
Ballads hard driving guitar... exhaltation of life and the spirit... It
steps with heart held high even as mind thinks back."
— The Daily Freeman
"..covered all bases from country to pop, from folk to rock, the regions
first true country rocker... sharp and witty... in a class with people
like Tom Paxton..."