Tall Men Group | Feast

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by Tall Men Group

Feast is TMG's third cd release. It consists of all original songs. Weaving vocal harmonies behind acoustic guitar, tasteful power electric guitar,bass,percussion,keys and hammond organ.They have managed to find a fresh approach to acoustic/rock music.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hey Loner
3:48 album only
2. Unloved
4:01 album only
3. Grandma
2:52 album only
4. When We Were Bad
4:11 album only
5. Time Stands Still
3:41 album only
6. Storm
4:29 album only
7. The Night I Met George Jones
3:10 album only
8. Eggshells and Tears
3:43 album only
9. California Soul Man
3:53 album only
10. L'amour
3:34 album only
11. Surf the Mississippi
4:34 album only
12. Baby Sleep
4:17 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Sure, you put six great singer-songwriters together who also happen to all be fine musicians, you would expect something good. But this is beyond good – this is great. These guys sound so happy and inspired making music together that they created a masterpiece. The Tall Men Group is Marty Axelrod, Ed Tree, Severin Browne, Jeff Kossack, John Stowers and Jimmy Yessian. Call it superfolk: these are five individuals who have been writing and singing their own great songs for a long time, and making great records. And they have worked together – producing, singing and/or playing on each other’s albums. But this is one of those happy instances, not unlike Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, when separate, unmatched pieces fit together to make something bigger than any of the parts, something magical. That’s what we got here – the sound of these voices together is transcendent, so that any time the whole group sings a line in harmony there’s a kind of musical momentum created- something compelling and hypnotic.
By: Paul Zollo / Blue Railroad Magazine



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