Kingsizemaybe | Kingsizemaybe

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by Kingsizemaybe

The Band meets Crazy Horse.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Treasure of Love
2:56 $0.99
2. Big Maybe
2:53 $0.99
3. Dallas
4:13 $0.99
4. I Wouldn't Want to Be You
3:41 $0.99
5. Wandering Girl
4:30 $0.99
6. Rollin' Vatican Blues
4:27 $0.99
7. The Beautiful North
3:36 $0.99
8. Keep Your Eyes On the Road
2:33 $0.99
9. Sweet Misery
3:26 $0.99
10. Waiting for My Friends to Come Along
4:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
Eaton’s songwriting has been heralded throughout his career and even landed him a slot with the Drifters opening for BOB DYLAN. KINGSIZEMAYBE showcases Eaton’s knack for writing hook-laden tunes with a story that grabs your attention right out of the gate. Fans of THE BAND, CRAZY HORSE and THE ROLLING STONES will appreciate the way Kingsizemaybe mix just the right amount of garage into their country. With four voices in the band, their sweet harmonies would do Manuel and Danko proud.

What the critics are saying:
"Kingsizemaybe are loaded with country heart, garage soul and plenty of flat out git-it rock & roll. The result is a drastically freewheeling set that ranges from songs with evocative, semi-surreal imagery to full-bore, knock-down rave ups, all delivered with a libertarian disregard for both PC convention and audience expectation that makes for a refreshingly honest, purely musical approach." Inland Empire Weekly

"Eaton crafts deceptively simple stories that are often deeply moving, especially Dallas, with its soul-stirring, Stax-y crescendos and enigmatic lyrics that allude to the first Kennedy assassination through a sequence of palpably Southern evocations." Los Angeles Weekly



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Luke Torn - Pop Culture Press

Every song on this debut crackles with electricity!
Here’s a band that will give the moribund alt-country scene a right swift kick. Led by onetime Continental Drifter Gary Eaton, ex-Legal Weapon/Guns & Roses drummer Adam Maples, and power popper Robbie Rist, LA’s Kingsizemaybe are a supergroup of sorts, one who from their gritty, full-bodied sound and absurdly strong songwriting, have a best-of-2008 album on their hands. Every song on this debut crackles with electricity. Country shuffle “I Wouldn’t Want to Be You” comes on like a turbocharged version of the Knitters, while the rough-hewn (optimistic) existentialism of “Big Maybe,” their theme song of sorts, rolls along like a great Stonesy country rocker without the pretense. Then again it would be heartless to paint these guys with a simple alt-country brush, as soul, R&B, and bluesy snarl all swirl within the grooves. Album highlight is “Dallas,” a wide-screen epic performed by the ensemble with a gospel fervor ala “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”: “All roads led to Dallas,” goes the chorus, which will immediately lodge comfortably into your medulla oblongata.