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Five Year Plan

by Steve Kareta & Changes

Five Year Plan is a collection of eleven songs about where we’ve been, where we are, and that tropical island where we would all like to end up.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Five Year Plan
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2. It's All Good
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3. We Wouldn't Do This
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4. Only In My Mind
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5. Working Boats
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6. Best Foot Forward
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7. Just One Step
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8. Everything Changes
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9. Where To From Here
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10. Sail On
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11. Dancing The Night Away
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Album Notes
"Five Year Plan" is a collection of eleven songs about where we’ve been, where we are, and that sunny tropical island where we would all like to end up. The release of this fourth CD in early of 2012 coincides with the official 10-year anniversary of the band, which performed their first show in March of 2002. The first saxophone note of the Ska-flavored "Five Year Plan" kicks the disc off in high gear. The raucousness of the title track is contrasted with the quiet beauty of songs like "Everything Changes", "Best Foot Forward" and "Only In My Mind". The album transitions seamlessly from Ska to sea shanties, country to New Orleans Junker piano tunes, and even straight-ahead rock and roll. Amy Lee and Doyle Grisham from Jimmy Buffett’s “Coral Reefer Band” again make many appearances, and Jason Roseman introduces the steel pan to the band on “Sail On”.

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