Reed, Eli "Paperboy" / Way Home
Album:Way Home Collection:General
Artist:Reed, Eli "Paperboy" Added:Nov 2016
Label:Yep Roc Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2016-11-09 Pull Date:2017-01-11 
Week Ending:Jan 8Jan 1Dec 18

Recent Airplay
1.Jan 06, 2017:Emergency Crew for The Intercept/The Pocket
I'd Rather Be Alone
3.Dec 13, 2016:Waste FM
My Way Home
2.Dec 31, 2016:Emergency Crew - NYE16-17 - edit aired 12-28-20
Tomorrow's Not Promised

Album Review
Reviewed 2016-11-05 
This is the fifth album by Eli "Paperboy" Reed, originally out of Boston. He has really got the 50s/60s soul/rock n roll thing down. Every song is really pretty much the same, and this record is way more preachy and gospel-y than ever before. Good record through and through.

FCC Clean!!
Favorites: 2, 4, 9, 11

1. (2:31) Hold Out - Uptempo soulful rock, great harmonies, exactly what you expect from Eli. That voice.
2. (3:31) Your Sins Will Find You Out - Hands down my favorite track. The guitar riff is amazing, mid tempo, love it.
3. (2:50) Cut Ya Down - Uptempo and funky.
4. (4:07) Movin' - Downtempo vocal showcase. Awesome.
5. (2:34) Tomorrow's Not Promised - Uptempo Motown vibe.
6. (3:59) My Way Home - Mid tempo gospel feel.
7. (3:25) Eyes On You - Midtempo, more of the same.
8. (2:56) The Strangest Thing - Uptempo another one that feels like a gospel choir song.
9. (2:40) I'd Rather Be Alone - This is another of my favorites. Downtempo, vintage soul. Great song.
10. (3:14) A Few More Days - Uptempo rock n roll.
11. (2:48) What Have We Done - Acoustic guitar and organs, love this one too, another gospel track. "We destroyed the only place we all come from"

Track Listing
1.Hold Out 6.My Way Home
2.Your Sins Will Find You Out 7.Eyes On You
3.Cut Ya Down 8.The Strangest Thing
4.Movin' 9.I'd Rather Be Alone
5.Tomorrow's Not Promised 10.A Few More Days
 11.What Have We Done