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Tommy Hoehn - Losing You To Sleep (2006)

15-01-2016, 09:25
Pop | FLAC / APE

Title: Losing You To Sleep
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Air Mail Recordings: AIRCD-099
Genre: Power Pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 0:58:37
Total Size: 392 MB


01. Hey Polarity 03:39
02. Losing You To Sleep 05:13
03. The Heat 03:52
04. She Might Look My Way 02:31
05. Fresh Matches 02:46
06. Blow Yourself Up 02:54
07. I Know I Love You Now 02:52
08. Mean Nancy 03:17
09. Fight You (Anytime) 04:39
10. She, Like Moon 03:22
11. I Do Love The Light 02:35
12. Pretty Under The Weather 04:21
13. Cuba 03:35
14. Always Heaven 03:23
15. Drive Like A Pilot 03:10
16. Drop That Boy 03:01
17. Lover True 03:27

Tommy Hoehn – Vocals, Keyboards, Rhythm Guitar
Gene Nunez – Lead Guitar, Bass
Keith Young – Bass
John Hampton – Drums, Percussion, Baglama [Sass]

Tommy Hoehn is another in a long line of musicians from Memphis who should have been big but never even came close. Hoehn's first claim to fame was providing background vocals for Big Star's Third/Sister Lovers. He also sang some backups for another legendary "lost" Memphis band, the Scruffs. In the mid-'70s he recorded the classic power pop single "Blow Yourself Up" which was featured on Rhino's D.I.Y.: Come Out and Play: American Power Pop (1975-78) compilation. In 1977 Hoehn released his debut album, Spacebreak, and followed it up in 1978 with Losing You to Sleep on London Records. Around this time he co-founded the band Prix with fellow Alex Chilton veteran Jon Tiven. They managed to release one single before disintegrating. In 1981 Hoehn put out another LP, I Do Love the Light, and then, for the most part, vanished. He returned in a big way in 1997 releasing two albums, Of Moons & Fools and Turning Dance, for the Frankenstein label. In 1999 he joined forces with fellow obscure Memphis pop legend Van Duren to record an album. Hailstone Holiday was hailed as a return to form for both men.

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