Matthew Shadley Band | Summer Stone

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Summer Stone

by Matthew Shadley Band

"Some of the sweetest flow and rhythm since Traffic."
Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
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1. Shadows
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2. Generations
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3. Welcome to Niagara
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4. Bittersweet Sometimes
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5. I Know You Rider
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6. Little Mrs Lonely
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7. Savage
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8. Gypsy Dream
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9. Santa Ana Wind
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10. Summer Stone
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11. Sweet Nothing
5:47 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mixing the introspection of a singer/songwriter with the self-assured spontaneity of garage rockers, the Matthew Shadley Band moves stylistically in pursuit of an ever-changing muse.

January 2009 - Indie-Music Review

ADDITIONAL PRESS/REVIEWS:

"These guys remind me of the Wallflowers and have that sort ot straight-up-rock-on-the-verge-of-being-country sound." Jason Jump - Randomville.com

"A little Black Crowes swagger and some of the sweetest flow and rhythm since Traffic." Cincymusic.com

"...straight from the heart." CinWeekly

"Conceived as a side project from ethereal Prog rockers Staring at the Sea, guitarist Matthew Shadley (Brauer) started his own band in 2003 to explore a rootsier acoustic sound. Within a year, the quintet had secured a line-up, switched to an electric presentation...making an immediate impact on the local scene." Brian Baker - CityBeat Magazine

"Cincinnati's live show specialists..."
Jan Perry - Cincinnati Post

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