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MP3 tinyHUGE - You Are Here
A creative triumph, this obscure group of veteran players has come up with an album with a lil somethin 4 everyone,some great songs on this one.....Includes "Way Down In New Orleans"
11 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Modern Rock, ROCK: Classic Rock
YOU ARE HERE (Gr8Trax) contains 11 interesting new songs. The collection features a wide variety of material, from Sweet Pop to Big n Crunchy, The usual "Everything but the kitchen sink/Damn the torpedoes" recklessness that makes this band different.A few hidden gems on this one.
As always, Mark Joyce & Ed Morrill are aided and abetted by guitarists Bob Enik & Tom Lally. Phil Calson guests on three tracks with some sizzling harp, makin this a real "Old Neighb" disc. Check it out.
tinyHUGE is a state of mind.
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Heavily influenced by The Beatles'' best work, tinyHUGE takes that as their base and adds in touches of country and rockabilly, creating something really likeable. All the instruments interspersed into the songs gives each one a unique feel, which is a blessing and a curse for this CD. While the songs themselves are all great, there''s no flow from one to another. Their vocalist is great at keeping the songs, on the whole, upbeat and moving. "Junior", a nice short pop number, is a great example of this band''s strengths, like the vocal hook, strong backbeat, and the icing on the cake of the horns solo. I also love the guitar work in "Way Down (To New Orleans)", with it''s overdriven blues licks. Overall, this is one great, likeable band that is better than most of the other bands that try to meld this many influences into something.
"Tuneful, well-crafted songs, many in an early-''70s post-Beatles melodic mode, but there''s nothing retro about eccentric but heartrending gems like "Dad Lost His Mind," or the zany, careering recitative "Junior," both definite keepers. Goofy romps like "My Crowd" and the Creedence-like incantation "I Wanna See You" are also hugely entertaining. Fans of T. Rex and Leon Russell will find a lot to like here. The spartan but crafty production is a model of less-is-more style economy, though the vocalist sometimes sings beyond his range, as on the otherwise exemplary ballad "Watercolors.;"
(Francis DiMenno) 4/03
Suggested tracks? Way Down In New Orleans, JUNIOR, That Way About You.
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