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This doesn’t happen often The first album I ever owned was back in 1973, when I was five years old. I’ve been buying, playing, and listening to music for a long, long time. My family room is decorated with framed album covers and giant posters. But like any long-time music lover, discovering new music that grabs me by the heart and brain and won’t let go seems to get harder as time goes by. All that said, “Some Kind of Salvation” is a revelation to me. This will be a favorite of mine for as long as my ears can still make out the sounds of every amazing note of this seamless collection of songs.And a collection it is. In this age of the digi single, these Middle Tennessee boys have created a sum greater than its parts. Listening all the way through the whole CD creates a greater sense of satisfaction than cherry picking a song here or there. That’s saying something, since there are plenty of highlights here anyone could focus on as examples of “Salvation”‘s excellence. I’m partial to Temporary Blues, GMF, Drawing Board, and All I Ask, if forced to choose. But I think I’ll stick to full-on A to Z listening sessions for the foreseeable future. Put the playlist on repeat and dive in!
A magnificent album from one of Nashville’s best non-country acts The second full-length from this Nashville indie pop band shows them overcoming label woes, personnel changes, and growing pains to create what is easily their best effort yet. The songcraft is both catchy and heartfelt, and is classic Matt Pelham style. His vocal delivery is dead-on and the production is simply amazing. Producer/engineer Brian Carter was and probably always will be the best match for this band. His vintage analog gear is perfect for their 60′s pop-inspired tunes. This album outshines their past effort, Exhibit A, in almost every way, showing a much more thoughtful approach and mature songwriting. This album will probably be my top album of 2008!
Relentlessly catchy I bought this album about a month ago and I literally played no other music for three weeks straight. Finally I forced myself to listen to something else once time, but then I came back to Some Kind of Salvation. I’m hopelessly and completely hooked.