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Thicker Than Water

by The Little Brother Band

Intellectual acoustic rock with musical chops! Think Counting Crows meets Ray Lamontagne on the coast of Vancouver for a musical excursion with Van Morrison and Dave Matthews!
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Walk On By
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2. Made It Up
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3. Morning Sun
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4. It's Only Sadness
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5. Blind
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6. Thicker Than Water
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7. Mountains
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8. Time
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9. Prairies
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10. Can't I Be
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11. If I Quit Remembering
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12. Summertime
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Album Notes
By Monisha Martins - Maple Ridge News
Published: May 25, 2010 3:00 PM
Updated: May 25, 2010 3:09 PM

Thicker Than Water has been a labour of love for the Little Brother Band – an opus that took 10 long months to track, mix and master.

“We didn’t give ourselves a time limit for this album and I think it shows in the music,” says Wes Reamsbottom, a vocalist and guitarist for the folk-rock quintet that includes Pitt Meadows’ Davis Friesen on bass, Tyler Friesen on drums, Tsawwassen’s Dan Myers on vocals and lead guitar and White Rock’s Kelly McQuillan on keyboards and sax.

Mastered in Florida by Bob Katz, who has worked on three Grammy-award-winning albums, Thicker Than Water is a collection of 12 songs that shows a band that’s grown and matured since its debut CD Reflections. It features three writers and three vocalists.

“The music still sounds very much like The Little Brother Band because the players haven’t changed, we’ve just grown artistically,” says Reamsbottom. “If anything, I think this album sounds like a celebration of our growth as artists and as a band. There are so many places on the album where everyone has their shining moment.”

There has also been a bit of a philosophical change for the band, since Reamsbottom started Harper Records.

Thicker Than Water was completely funded from playing music and in less then three months of its release date on May 28 at The ACT, the album will be paid for in full.

“This is how we have managed to sustain ourselves and maintain 100 per cent ownership over what we create as a band. I guess you could say that the music fuels the music.”

• The Little Brother Band joins students from Samuel Robertson Technical’s School of Rock at the ACT on May 28.



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