This album hits you with far more soul than it has any business having.
The Janis Joplin and Led Zeppelin influence is strong.
Something new that sounds like something old
Punk rock royalty paying tribute to his greatest influence
Fun rock n roll for cool moms
This record belongs in a jukebox
Good time rock n roll
Midwestern rock n roll
Fun guitar driven rock n roll with an overwhelming 80s hair metal-ness.
It is like Buckcherry or Nickelback or Theory of a Deadman, but without the hits
Akin to Elvis recording in the jungle room at Graceland
It sounds very much like old-school Kiss with a hint of Lenny Kravitz mixed in
This album is not made to listen to while sitting and reflecting on life
Family Tree is a backroad driving, horseshoe pitching, beer-drinking record.
This album is as close as you will ever get to sitting at Graceland and listening in on a late night jam session with The King.
Jack White is single-handily thrusting rock music into the future with Boarding House Reach.
Trinity Lane is like a thousand paper cuts leaving you in emotional agony.
There is a depth and fullness to this record that is absolutely stunning
Aftermath is almost 51 years old. Think about that for a moment; 51 years in the future is the year 2068. Damn.
Willie and the Poor Boys jams when it comes to rocking out on a piano and can hold its own against any similar record.
I am sure that the people in the studio were not aware of the fact that they were witnessing a legend create musical magic.
The songs that fill this record were hits for a reason; you can tap your toes, nod your head, and sing along.
There seems to be less polish and less production on this album and more straightforward rock n roll.
This album is not just good 50s/60s rock n roll, it is also American history.
I am pretty sure that I am 1% blacker because I listened to this album.
The type of album that you can put on the turntable in any mood