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Sweet Lullabye

by Stewboss

The stunning follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut "Wanted A Girl." Timeless Americana at its very best.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Time
3:41 $0.99
2. I Hope You Miss Me
3:39 $0.99
3. Sweet Lullabye
4:12 $0.99
4. The Midnight Shift
3:31 $0.99
5. The Moonlight And Me
2:40 $0.99
6. If You Were Mine
3:58 $0.99
7. A Little Goes A Long Way
4:25 $0.99
8. Up That Wrinkled Street
3:17 $0.99
9. Let's Go To Texas
4:29 $0.99
10. Meet Me In Your Dreams
4:53 $0.99
11. O Carry Me
2:58 $0.99
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Album Notes
Respect. This is the most fitting word I can come up with. The next would be Reverence. This is what the members of Stewboss have that I find missing in most bands today. A deep, deep Respect and Reverence for the power of music and for the musicians and songwriters that came before them. To say that Stewboss is simply bringing the music of our American legends (Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Robbie Robertson, Tom Petty) to a new generation is a gross understatement. They are picking it up where they all left off and bringing Americana music to new heights.
After their critically acclaimed debut release "Wanted A Girl," Stewboss has returned with the stunning follow-up "Sweet Lullabye." The new album finds the band more confident and even more tapped in to their common vision. They are true lovers of music and the album reveals this in so many ways. Beginning with "Counting To 7 At Your Old Barstool (Time)," singer/songwriter Gregg Sarfaty spins a tale of losing a mentor and the battle we all face between living our dreams and giving in to the world. It is manic, raw, melancholy and pure rock-n-roll. Next with "I Hope You Miss Me" the band is in rare form, grooving like we wish The Stones still did. The title track "Sweet Lullabye" may very well be the band's "Stairway To Heaven," but we hope not since it is only their second record! Track 4, "The Midnight Shift" placed as Finalist in the Folk category of the "John Lennon Songwriting Contest." Gregg says this is a true story about a relationship he was in when he was 19 and working as a forklift driver. "The Moonlight And Me," written in the back of a pick-up truck apparently, is pure Americana genius. Personally I can't really listen to Track 6 "If You Were Mine," it reminds me of all the times I didn't make a move when it was true love, but enough about me. The first UK single "A Little Goes A Long Way" rocks like I've never heard the band rock before. That Mick Ronson guitar tone, those MC5 trash can drums! The fact that there is a band around today who has the balls to rock like this AND has the balls to play a love song like they do, makes Stewboss a rare musical beast indeed. Enter "Up That Wrinkled Street," nothing but an acoustic guitar and a cello. Honestly, the best song ever written about lost innocence. Leaving nothing out "Let's Go To Texas" is classic Stewboss roadhouse traveling music, sounding like a lost track from "Exile On Main Street." Closing out the record are "Meet Me In Your Dreams" and "O Carry Me," the latter a memoir to Gregg's late uncle whom he lived with when he first moved to California from New Jersey.
Over all, with Gregg's tender and equally ferocious vocals and guitar, Jano Janosik's classic straight up drumming and Luke Storey's perfectly melodic 70's bass tone, Stewboss have created an album to be reckoned with. With great Respect and Reverence, we look forward with anticipation to what the Los Angeles trio does next.



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Ace from Texas

Awesome!! A Very Specail Album With Superb Songwriting!!!
This CD is one of those very rare pieces of musical genius. A tremendous songwriter, Gregg Sarfaty has the perfect voice to bring across the feel and texture of his heartfelt songs. This work of art can't really be classified as Rock and Roll, or anything else for that matter, as it certainly isn't pure bluegrass, just a wonderful, honest collection of soul-touching music.


Best of the Best
I purchased this CD along with "LEEP" and "Wanted A Girl". They are all excellent, but if you have to get just one, this is it...


It is possible to wear out a CD!
This is my second purchase of this CD because I did in fact wear it out. I love it so much I loaned it out countless times to friends and family wanting to share my incredible find. Very distinct and never tiring. This is Stewboss at it's finest. I have and love all their work - but this release is by far my favorite. Love to Stewboss! Keep up the fabulous work!


Simply amazing
I love every song, Best way to sum up the album


Is it possible to wear out a CD?
On this evidence, it would appear not. Have had this album for a couple of years now - and never tire of playing it! if you like your country/rock 'blue collar' then you should buy this CD immediately. Simply irresistible songwriting. Midnight Shift, Time, Texas and the title track are instant classics. Gregg has one of the great American Rock singing voices. I'm only sorry that the first record is no longer available: wish I'd picked up on them sooner!

Tim from UK

GREAT!!! Stunning Follow Up
After hearing Wanted A Girl and seeing Stewboss live earlier in the year i simply had to get this CD. Time is a classic opening track and one Greg should be proud to have wrote. The albumn just bursts with greatness and ideally wants to be played at maximum volume!!! Genius.


Amazing-greatest I've heard in years-have many favorite songs!
This song collection is classic-you never outgrow it-favorites for a lifetime. Randall Andrews told my sister about one of their gigs in LA and I was hooked. Can't wait till they make it back to the west coast for a live show!

Neil from the UK

The greatest driving songs ever!!
My band opened for stewboss when they were on their UK tour in 2002, and it was then that i came across this CD. If you haven't already done so, buy it. It is an album you'll wanna play again and again, and makes the beat driving music you'll ever hear!!