"The Blind Owls Say Goodbye" was review by Richard Guerrero of TFC Studios.
Check out what he had to say about it!
From TFC Studios,
"It would be so easy -- upon first listen and with no knowledge of the band itself -- to write off The Blind Owls as Beatles devotees who never got over leaving the best years of their collective life behind. That's if the Owls were closing in on retirement age and actually able to remember where they were during the Kennedy Assassination. But by my admittedly casual observation, the Owls are all of maybe 20 -- I think 25 would be pushing it -- and play a classic brand of British Invasion guitar pop that was made a half century ago with more heart and fire than a dozen revival acts that tour the corporate circuit. "Say Goodbye" is a true-to-life eight-song set that sounds as if it could have come straight from the board at one of the band's sweaty shows. The songs crackle with plenty of energy, tight harmonies and loads of attitude. Even slower numbers like "This Ain't True" and "Hypnotized" radiate equal parts swagger and academic badassness not often found together in modern revival releases. Not only did the Blind Owls take great notes the day the British Invasion was covered in class, the Owls had them tattooed on their collective consciousness for immediate reference. There's not a bum note in this whole set and any of these songs sound like they could be on the "Nuggets" box set -- albeit it with better fidelity. My money's on disc opener "Goodbye" along with the cuts "Don't Bother" and "Cold Hearted Woman," but that's just splitting hairs. "Say Goodbye" will hopefully get the band noticed and on track for a full-length sooner rather than later. Get this CD (on vinyl soon) and then get to a show because that's where this band is at its best and especially because the band is in your backyard (for now)."