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  • Summary: The latest studio release for the Florida southern rock/funk band features guest appearances from Luther Dickinson and Derek Trucks.
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  • Record Label: Relativity
  • Genre(s): Jazz, R&B, Soul, Blues, Pop/Rock, Roots Rock, Retro-Soul, Retro-Rock, Modern Blues
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I tried so hard to be the person everybody thought I was. I pushed myself and everyone almost over the edge. This mirrored light that sends back... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Classic Rock Magazine
    Mar 3, 2015
    It's on those spiritual slowies that this crew rakes the biggest steps to creating the 21st-century southern masterpiece they are obviously capable of. [Mar 2015, p.94]
  2. Mar 6, 2015
    JJ Grey and Mofro provide a connection to the past and a time when talent and tenacity moved the music forward. Hallelujah for Ol’ Glory. It’s a prime example of what genuine Americana ought to emulate.
  3. Mar 3, 2015
    Too many other tracks have one too many verses, could have used bridges, or been left off altogether. Ol' Glory may reveal a bigger, more multi-dimensional sound for Grey and Mofro, but at what price progress?
  4. 50
    Grey and his band’s drive, energy and enthusiasm go a long way to selling this music but at nearly an hour the effect is diluted. Leaving a handful of the weakest cuts in the vaults and honing the best parts from some of the others would have resulted in a stronger outing.
  5. Q Magazine
    Mar 3, 2015
    It's an accomplished production--but an unambitious production, a reluctance to soar. [Apr 2015, p.102]