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A native of Minnesota, Rod Kinny as what can be described as a unique musical style. There are times on this disc that he brings to mind some of the classic sounds of 1970s pop, such as “Beyond The Impossible,” which reminds me of some of the Bee Gees’ finest work.
Other standout tracks on the album include the soothing “Between Two Worlds” and the well-written “Water Into Wine.” Kinny wrote all the songs himself on HIGHER SELF, and shows himself to be quite the competent songwriter. As a tunesmith, he shines brightest on songs like “Old Into New,” and “London Town,” which features some nifty drum work from John Calarco.
At the end of the day, it seems to be the title cut that is spurring the most interest from fans across the world. The song and album has performed well in eleven countries---so far, and the list keeps growing. Could America be next on the list? I wouldn’t bet against him!