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Pale Green Stars - The Honky Tonk Years (2013)

13-12-2013, 18:10
Music | Blues | Rock

Pale Green Stars - The Honky Tonk Years (2013)

Artist: Pale Green Stars
Title Of Album: The Honky Tonk Years
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Pale Green Stars
Genre: Blues Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 41:41
Total Size: 102 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Long Hard Road (2:53)
02. Lazy Man (3:05)
03. You Keep On Talkin' (3:43)
04. Never Took Nothin' (2:32)
05. Heard It from a Friend (3:33)
06. Lesson 27 (3:09)
07. Steal Back That Heart (3:50)
08. Party With the Band (2:31)
09. Huggy Kissy Squeezy (3:38)
10. Dance Floor's Empty (2:26)
11. Bad Bad News (2:55)
12. Cold Vicious Man (3:47)
13. Who Loves You Now (3:34)

The Pale Green Stars are the kind of band that spans time...their songs sound familiar..yet you've never heard them before. The dynamic universal appeal of the Pale Green Stars is not a mystery,they are a really good American rock band with great songs.How long have they been together ? ..An interesting question that scientists around the globe have been struggling to answer since the dawn of time..What is time anyways but the distance between old memories and new ones..
The new album "The Honky Tonk Years" features the guitar playing of Executive Producer Jeff Beck along with some of the most talented musicians from the bands home base of Syracuse NY, most notably Steve Winston on bass and a duet with Kim Monroe. Singer/Songwriter Jeff Jones could arguably be one of the best unknown songwriters of our times. Now it's time to click that buy button and see for yourself if the Pale Green Stars live up to the hype.

Syracuse natives Jeff Jones, Brian Coyne and Jeff Tripoli, collectively known as The Pale Green Stars, celebrate the release of their album The Honky Tonk Years this week. The album mixes strains of blues, rock and full-bodied vocals to bring together an offering well suited to its moniker.

Observations of and reflections on life experiences make for songs like “Lazy Man”, which ponders the possibility of getting rich without working, and the literal “Dance Floor’s Empty” in what can only be an attempt to motivate audiences to move.

True storytellers, the trio set scenes with each of their songs, weaving in context for their lyrical stories. The fast tempo of “Never Took Nothin”, a ditty about love, doing time and getting pulled over brings the listener to the moment those red lights start flashing on the highway. The slow tempo and baritone vocals of “Cold Vicious Man” was quickly reminiscent of The Grinch, slithering around Whoville, up to no good. The Frampton-esque “You Keep on Talking” bemoans an ever nagging significant other whose voice inexplicably sounds like Charlie Brown’s teacher.

The bands humorous spin on work, life, love and struggles combined with talented musicianship make for an enjoyable album from start to finish. ~Review by Lindsay Jones

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