SHINE REVIEWS

The first reviews of SHINE are starting to surface. We’ll post more as we get them.

CLASSIC ROCK/TEAMROCK******
Marsden, like Bonamassa and Rory Gallagher before him, has a style rooted in blues rock but not limited to it. This master craftsman is simply doing what comes naturally. What SHINE has, above all else, is a sense of purity.

YOU CAN READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE

DARKER THAN BLUE
It’s been a long time coming, but it’s certainly up there with the best of his solo albums.

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STORMBRINGER (THE AUSTRIAN HEAVYZINE)*****
Wow. A very good, melodic album. Certainly one of the best albums that BERNIE MARSDEN has produced so far. Musically a mix of blues, rock, blues rock, spiced with a bit of dance music. A must for any fan of timeless rock and blues music.

YOU CAN READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE (Please note this review is not in English).

GET READY TO ROCK ****
‘Shine’ is a career high for Bernie Marsden. It’s an album glued together by his own deeply embedded imprint of harmony driven songs with significant hooks and burning solos. It’s almost as if he’s successfully pursued his own mission statement of cutting a definitive solo album. It may have taken him 40 odd years but it’s been worth the wait.

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STEFFEN JUNGERSEN*****
It’s a goddamn pleasure to hear music this excellently executed and as classic English bluesy heavyrock goes, “Shine” is actually better than anything Marsden’s old colleagues and peers in Deep Purple and Whitesnake has done for years. 
Good tunes from start to finish, well played from start to finish and brillantly produced by Rob Kass.

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