Call Glenn Morrow a local legend, and he'd probably demur: he's a modest guy, and he prefers to let his songs do the talking. But in Hoboken – a town that has always celebrated idiosyncratic rock musicians – people know better. Morrow has been central to musical movements in the Mile Square City for more than three decades, both as a songwriter/performer and as the head honcho of Bar/None Records, an imprint that has always flown the flag for courageous artists. If you'd like to know who's carrying the torch for one of the most storied local rock scenes of the last three decades, well...look no further. And if you just want to hear a great, tight, no-nonsense rock 'n' roll record, prepare to heed Glen Morrow's Cry for Help.
"He is an extraordinary craftsman; his intricately detailed arrangements and multi-part song structures weave together borrowed riffs and references from a variety of pop and rock sources without ever sounding second-hand...But the inventiveness of the songwriting and arrangements isn't allowed to get in the way of the music's forceful impact. Mr. Morrow is able to find emotional resonances in such unlikely sources...his vocals are intense and deeply felt as well as musicianly. There's much to savor here...This is music that was made to last." – NY Times