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Goodtime Rushhour

by Stu

Smart pop good-time grooves
Genre: Pop: 90's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Having A Goodtime
4:10 album only
2. Just Look At Me
2:59 album only
3. April Fools
2:57 album only
4. Way Of A Woman
3:18 album only
5. Fallin
4:03 album only


Album Notes
Stu Harcourt singer/songwriter/guitarist explores mainstream pop/rock with a soulful smart good-time feel.

Driven by solid acoustic guitar grooves with additional players coloring a canvas that achieves a colorful and progressive feel.

Quick to make an impression to any intense listener for a GOODTIME RUSH!



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A jazzy poppy acoustic guitar -based peppy pop-n-roll excursion with a bit of soulful element to the vocals.
Uder the (ultra)clean veneer,there lies a sadness,a despair,a loneliness,especially noticeable on the softly moving,`Fallin’with it’s wispy breathy urgency.
From`Having a goodtime’(the party started,I wanted you to be there,but you just did’nt care.)
From `Just look at me’( Two lives apart and two worlds away,dreamin’ of someone to turn my night to day)
From `Apirl Fools’(Your couch is covered in your dog’s hair.Too much garlic makes your breath stink.
From `Fallin’ I don’t know why I carry on like this,to find somewhere to belong,a means to exist.

Riff Gibson,Editor
Raging Smoulder Publications


'Having a Good Time' is having a good time. Imagine yourself with the top
down on the car, riding through the biggest city, hitting all the lights on
your leisurely roll through the streets. That's this. 'April Fools' is on
the same track. 'cleo and cosmo / you can shove / right up your arse / i'd
rather give / your stupid quiz a pass / what would you say to me / on april
fools day'.

Good guitar on 'Way of a Woman'. The tune is like 80s guitar rock, but not
too heavy. A mellow sort of rock that I really prefer. If all the songs
sounded like this, I'd be satisfied. But there are many more sounds, so if
you're not like me, you should be able to find your brew.

Only 5 songs, alas. 'Fallin' is last, a beautiful acoustic song that would
be a good ending to any cd. 'don't hold on / to yesterday / I only wish / I
could make her stay'.

Ben Ohmart

Heard Music

The debut ep for Melbourne artist Stu Harcourt, Goodtime Rush Hour runs through 5 songs, each showcasing a slightly different aspect of the Harcourt style, which rings of both funk & medium rock, as well as having both a harder & a softer side to the music.
The pick for me here is the hardest number "Way Of A Woman", which has a great rock feeling, with some slicing riffs & an interesting vocal over the top of the backing instrumental. The rest of the tracks here differ slightly in style, though all have a real funky feel to them without actually being funk & again Stu's vocals grab your attention. This is a great debut, backed by some superb musicians, taking some great grooves & making obvious how few bands seem to make it to the attention of more than their local area, but deserve much more.

Terry Allen
hEARd Music


a fantastic debut cd from a future major player
a fantastic cd, all the tracks show a great feel, stand out tracks i feel like APRIL FOOLS and FALLIN show an exciting feeling .
this cd does not hit any flat points, a great all round cd a an extremely well written, preformed and produced cd, i look forward to hearing any future releases from stu if GOODTIME RUSHHOUR is anything to go by.


While it is clear Stu is more partial to a jazz inspired guitar lick,he does'nt let such inclinations tie him down.In fact,he shows a commendable ability to skip genres on this five track EP.The results are less successful when he plugs in the guitars on way of a woman,But when he leans the other way Stu proves himself to be an extremely soulful performer. INPRESS,Melbourne's music weekly