The Kickbacks | Even the Blues

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Even the Blues

by The Kickbacks

Rock/Folk Rock/Alternative
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Figure You Out
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2. Going Out to Get Home
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3. Motel Stars
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4. Even the Blues
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5. Getaway Car
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6. Bulletproof
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7. Expect Delays
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8. Isolation Blue
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9. Enjoy the Ride
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10. No Guarantees
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
2008 - Even The Blues

Never far from a notebook or hand-held recorder, Kickbacks\' songwriter, Tad Overbaugh is not one to miss out on capturing a good line or melody when it comes. \"I don\'t count on getting good ideas, so when I get one, I want to remember it\", says Overbaugh laughing.

The Kickbacks debuted in 1998 with the release of Longitude, and soon after, the Blue Man\'s Collar EP (2000). The band received favorable reviews from critics for Blindside View (2002) and Motel Stars (2006) for, as one reviewer put it, \"songs that ring with depth, authenticity, and plenty of hook-infused power”.

The new album, Even The Blues (2008), was produced by guitarist/multi-instrumentalist and \"partner-in-crime\" as Overbaugh puts it, Steve Scott. Even The Blues again features the Motel Stars (2006) lineup of Matt Arnold on bass and Perry James on drums.

\"Even The Blues is about trying to enjoy the good moments as they pass, amidst the struggles that are always there. A lot of the album is about some form of escapism and using it to get back to a good place\", says Overbaugh.

All songs by Tad Overbaugh
Produced by Steve Scott

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