Richard LHommedieu - Long Island Entertainment Magazine
Paul Carden and Tom Hood have done it again. They have released "The Ballad of The Unknown Gentlemen" featuring a variety of roostsy original tunes that sound like they came from vintage recordings. This cd is a worthy addition to a collection of well-crafted Americana.
Hank Stone - Aural Fix Magazine
"Ain't No Kin of Mine" and "Way Out" represent the body of work so far of the east end duo, The Unknown Gentlemen. They also represent the two different sides of this quirky, talented pair as "No Kin" demonstrates the acoustic side of the band, while "Way Out" illustrates the Gentlemens electric side.
Richard Hughes - Goodtimes Magazine
It took a little investigating, but these two gentlemen are now known. Their names are Paul Carden and Tom Hood. Together, they produce the sound of a full band that kindles country, blues, folk and ol' time western Americana.
Kenyon Hopkin - Island Ear Magazine
The Unknown Gentlemen are members of BMI. All songs are published by Cyberbands Music.
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1. Half My Body Died
2. Why Do They Run?
3. You Made Me Fall
4. I Don't Care About Love
5. Drive a Man Insane
6. She's Gone away
7. Good Week For Girls
8. Far Away
9. Those Other Men
10. Terms & Conditions
11. Love is All Around
12. Love Waits For No One