The soulful and bluesy elements of the album come into play on such tracks as “Dearest Darling,” “Can’t Say No,” “Evenin’ “and on Earl King’s “Those Lonely, Lonely Nights.” The original title track is a beautiful soft number which demonstrates the singer’s talents as a writer. The Johnny Mercer/Trummy Young standard “Travelin’ Light,” allows Arioli an opportunity to showcase her vocal treatment of ballads with her original “Someone Else” displaying the light sounds of Brasil on a gorgeous bossa nova featuring Thompson on a sweet vibe solo.
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Rich textures created by the band have been described as “Plush Lonesome Western Blues”. Majors Junction produces a diverse meld of country honky-tonk blues with folk undertones and hints of bluegrass pickin’ and good old rock & roll. It is a unique sound that celebrates individuality and hard work, two qualities the band shares with […]
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The Feelies’ fourth album Time For A Witness (1991) found the band honing their sound and getting a bit heavier, anticipating the grunge-era that Nirvana would herald in in six months after this album was released. A cover of the Stooges “Real Cool Time” and their own excellent alt-radio hit “Doin’ It Again” are stand […]
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Influenced largely by Australian bands like Crowded House, Things of Stone and Wood, and Paul Kelly, along with North American counterparts The Jayhawks, Barenaked Ladies, and the Counting Crows, Kelly works to define a sound all his own and a dedication to each detail of the songwriting process. “My influences are quite diverse and that […]