“I Am Only A Man” the third release from Seattle transplants Emery, shows the bands musical growth and expertise, continuing
with the formula that brought them to a national stage, as well as thrust them into stardom. Eleven pounding songs that run the
gamut from rock, alt-country, jazz and in-numerable other influences that the band has cited throughout their career, this trend
setter is at it again with “I Am Only A Man.”
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Jimmy from Burlington, NJ
Oct 5 2007
Emery really enters new boundaries in this album and they really pull it off. Someone who hasn't herd any of Emery's music before might be thrown off by "I'm Only A Man" but you can't argue the amount of effort put into this album, and it shows, every song delivers and it is an enjoyable album. I would suggest anyone interested in what good music sounds like and how an album should be done, buy this album. Unlike some albums, this one wont take two or three spins before you really begin to enjoy it, just go halfway through "I'm Only A Man" and you'll love it.