Bill Gaunce | Sex, Junkfood, & Low Fidelity

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Sex, Junkfood, & Low Fidelity

by Bill Gaunce

60's influenced rootsy, rock-pop.
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. SugarJones
3:12 $0.99
2. Midnight Train
3:00 $0.99
3. RadioActive
2:47 $0.99
4. Amanda Jones
3:38 $0.99
5. Torn And Tattered
3:45 $0.99
6. Special Delivery
3:24 $0.99
7. Come Back Home
3:16 $0.99
8. Outtasite
3:08 $0.99
9. Thinkin' Bout You
2:37 $0.99
10. Save Me A Seat
2:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
Kicking around the live music scene since the late 60’s, Bill Gaunce has experienced more than his share of cheap road-gig hotels, shady booking agents, sleazy bars, and major label deals gone up in smoke. 2001 saw the release of The Stationary Poets critically acclaimed self titled cd which contained 11 tracks co-written by Bill and long time band-mate Robin Miller.

This new cd, SEX, JUNKFOOD, & LOW FIDELITY consist of 10 new songs recorded in Bill's home studio, The Crow's Nest. These songs were all written by Bill & he is performing all vocals & playing all instruments except "Midnight Train" & "Thinking 'Bout You" which were co-written by Lou Mahone & also feature him on guitar. In the past few months these songs have been forwarded to (through independent A&R companies) or licensed to the following for film/tv placements; Ledesma Music Publishing, Smile Records, Songs With Vision, Picture Tunes Music, Crucial Music, MS-Pro (Music, PulseEi8ht, and My Music Source.



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Bill Ross aka

Edgy but fun? Or Fun but edgy?
This is the same Bill Gaunce that developed a bit of a cult following with Stationary Poets. Here on his own, he might draw a wider audience. This collection has a fresh, feel good, pop appeal, while maintaining lots of edge. SugarJones tells the pitiful tale of a guy strung out on sweets - its a hoot.
My favorite, though, is the more edgy Torn and Tattered.
Midnight Train taps into that most archetypal spring of rock and roll - the train.
RadioActive is another really hooky love song.
Amanda Jones is a romantic and poetic love song.
Nice stuff.

rick flippin

sex,junkfood,&low fidelity
From the opening, sugarjones had me dancing around like a kid on a glucose overdose, then midnight train came on and i ran into the black dark night in hopes of catching the midnight train to musical bliss, then I remembered there was more music. So after a deep breath and an application of a good set of headphones, I listened and listened and I am still listening. What a great album it makes me feel. Unlike todays watered down over produced autotuned.... well you get the pic. Bill's music is stellar, the vocals excellent. Matter of fact I better get 2 albums I am about to wear the first one out. So why are you reading this go buy it already you'll be glad you did.
Rick Flippin

J johnson

Sex,junkfood, and low fidelity
Not Bills very best, as in Stationary Poets, but a close second. Outasite and Thinkin bout you, really hit on the early 60's sound, reminiscent of the Animals and the Yard Birds. Though my favorite is Amanda Jones. Loved the humor of Sugar Jones and the steady drive of The Midnight train and Radioactive. All a round great stuff for everyone

Jim Ferrie

Does what it says on the tin...
This album is full of intelligently written retro pop-rock tunes which should appeal to both those who remember the swingin’ 60’s and the grandchildren of those who remember the swingin’ 60’s. Bill manages to acheive a great balance of melody, rhythm, and unbridled energy without losing the plot. You’ll hear vocal overtones of Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan, with a typical mid-60’s groove, but also 70’s and 80’s Tom Petty, Rolling Stones - yes, even Van Morrison. Bill wastes no time in getting to the point and the songs, therefore, are typically short. Lyrics, frequently in your face, sometimes pensive but always hooky and never boring. Production is typically stripped down and right for the material, allowing the listener to feel the edgy pulse of each track and get close to the songs.

My favourite track is the very ‘Stonesy’ “Amanda Jones”. If you don’t get the hook in this song in the firt 20 seconds, you need to see a doctor ‘coz Bill turns the hook line into something of a rhythm and repeats it almost to the point of illegality!. Buy the CD. Spin it once and you’ll be humming these tunes all the way home from work!