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Henway | Unreel

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Rock: Modern Rock Pop: Power Pop Moods: Featuring Guitar
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by Henway

Best appreciated with beer. Rock and pop, stuck-in-your head melodies and killer harmonies.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. No Control
5:03 album only
2. Asleep at the Switch
4:08 album only
3. The Answer
3:37 album only
4. Open Letter
3:15 album only
5. 15 Minutes
3:13 album only
6. Mirror
4:59 album only
7. Recovery Time
4:27 album only
8. Pushed
4:20 album only
9. World Gone Mad
4:05 album only
10. Lean on my Love
2:31 album only
11. Tuna Baby
7:11 album only


Album Notes
Our Story So Far...
Henway as it exists today came into being in early 2002, but the band wasn't so much formed as it was grown. Individuals and pairs of artists who were already making music on their own in 2001 found each other, shared ideas, and just generally started having a good time. Some turnover was inevitable but the band held together and evolved further as new faces joined the fold, until what finally emerged from the basement in late 2002 was a broad and eclectic mix of influences, from R.E.M. to Led Zeppelin to the Beatles, from Johnny Cash to Lenny Kravitz. Their continually growing list of original material ranges from pure driving guitar rock to transcendent acoustic pieces complete with lush vocal harmonies, with nods to folk roots, funk rhythms and even a few jazz chords for good measure.

Riding their success in Toronto's local live music scene and eager to capture their sound, Henway retreated to the studio in the spring of 2003, and spent the balance of the year working on their debut independent CD, "Unreel". Featuring solid songwriting from every member of the band, the disk fuses their varied influences into a cohesive whole, a sonic journey from anger to wonder, from disillusionment to hope as each song flows to the next. At a time when too many albums seem to contain a dozen versions of the same song, Unreel offers something different. Released just in time for the holidays, the disk has begun making its way into CD players around Toronto and beyond, and so the word continues to spread...



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