We gave it an A-
Sticklers for originality can mosey along. But for anyone waiting for a group whose four-part harmonies and musical chops are lifted right out of the vintage SoCal rock scene, Nashville’s Little Big Town are a godsend. At times, A Place to Land seems like the second Eagles reunion album this month — with LBT’s two female members doing those high Henley/Meisner/Schmit parts — whereas they’re in full Mac-attack mode with a great ”Go Your Own Way” knockoff, ”Fine Line.” If it were 1979, this would be a blockbuster. And it still might be anyhow.
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