ANDY KIM 'Happen Again' (SJPCD363)

Listening to Happen Again it seems remarkable that this is the same man who was at one time one of the main folks responsible for the creation of bubblegum music. Nowadays Kim writes and records smooth mature resonant modern pop music that is superbly recorded and produced to perfection...this album simply re-cements Kim's obvious status as a true legend. TOP PICK

www.babysue.com (March 2011)

 


...a strong comeback effort...

www.e-gear.com (March 2011)

 


...his songs really do have enough rock to be enjoyable to a wide audience...

www.associatedcontent.com (March 2011)

 


...I must say this is one of the top CD's received in a long time, Andy shines on this album and the music is totally unbelievable.

www.atlanticseabreeze.com (March 2011)

 


These intelligent pop-rock songs bearing reference points to Crowded House, Ray Wilson, Mike & the Mechanics or Julian Lennon, are performed by Kim with an impressive supporting line-up...an impressive triumph of substance over surface...

Classic Rock Society, (March/April 2011)
 


It may have been a long time coming, but this welcome comeback from a wonderfully talented singer and songwriter has been well worth the wait and hopefully signals a more prolific period for this enduring artist.

Fireworks magazine (May 2011)


Featuring nine songs written by Kim himself and one he co-wrote with Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies, 'Happen Again' is one of those albums which has a dreamy charm that oozes out of the speakers, instantly relaxing you as it gently beckons you to step into the music. On the whole, the ten songs all fall into a gentle pop-rock category, but in a way that incorporates AOR and Americana to make some sumptuous melodies that are simply unforgettable.

It may have been a long time coming, but this welcome comeback from a wonderfully talented singer and songwriter has been well worth the wait and hopefully signals a more prolific period for this enduring artist.

Steven Reid, www.rocktopia.co.uk (June 2011)