STAMPEDE in Americana UK | 02.09.2014

Music critics have long had to tolerate bitter jibes from disgruntled musicians who think they write about music because they can’t actually play it. Crazy Horse, then, has presumably reached the point of putting her money where her mouth is. She can expect ‘Stampede’ to silence a lot of those sniping commentators too.

A cover of Neal Casal’s ‘So Many Enemies’ is also a helpful signpost. The two-stepping Southern rock of ‘Cowgirls’, destined to be a radio-hit, is a country music travelogue from a woman’s perspective, while the majestic closer ‘Quartz Hill’ is a certified lighters-in-the-air stadium filler.”

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