Matt Rhodes | Slightly at Sea

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Slightly at Sea

by Matt Rhodes

BBQ'ed Neil Sedaka with a penchant for Carnaby Street chic Non-redheaded, less-millennial Ed Sheeran Good time-pop rendered through the lens of melancholy
Genre: Rock: Retro-Rock
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1. It's Too Late
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2. Into the Black
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3. (All by My) Stoney Lonesome
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4. Behind the Mirror
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5. Phonin' It In
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6. Lordy, Come Around This Way
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7. To Meet My Kingdom Come
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8. You've Got Me by the Soul
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9. Nowhere in Blue
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10. Last Train out of New Orleans
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Matt Rhodes is a singer/songwriter based in Upstate New York that brings back the sounds of the classics with an original twist.

His music can be described as an attempt to synthesize the sounds of The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, and Beck. With song styles ranging from classic pop, to Gram Parsons-esque country rock, to straight-ahead jangle-pop, you’ll be sure to find many tunes to sing along to!

Rhodes started his career in groove-rock outfit The Derelict Brew (1998-2004) before moving on to co-lead the Boston-based ‘60s pop/soul group The Silver Lining (2005-2007).

Now, after an extended hiatus, he has returned to bring his unique and tuneful take on the golden era of Rock back to the airwaves with his debut solo album, Slightly At Sea.

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