The Groove | Rise and Shine

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Rise and Shine

by The Groove

The band has a wide range of influences that show up on these seven tracks: Hendrix, epic hard rock, blues, Americana, Beatles and more... Exceptional musicianship and stellar vocals, this trio rocks!!!
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. 6 Turn Noose
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2. Sunrise
3:59 $0.99
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3. Highway 1
3:30 $0.99
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4. You Do Something to Me
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5. Crazy Janie
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6. I've Got a Feeling
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7. Wind Through the Trees
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Rise and Shine by The Groove consists of seven tracks. Here's some info on each.

6 Turn Noose - Hendrix/Trower vibe. The song tells the story of an executioner who knows his next execution is innocent of the charge but the executioner has his own reasons for carrying out the execution.
Janna Brunner: Lead Vocals - Drums
Phil Salvail: Bass - Backing Vocals
Mark Sepulveda: Guitars

Sunrise - Epic Hard Rock vibe with uplifting lyrics.
Janna Brunner: Drums - Backing Vocals
Phill Salvail: Lead Vocals - Bass
Mark Sepulveda: Guitars

Highway 1 - Americana road song vibe.
Janna Brunner: Lead Vocals - Drums
Phil Salvail: Bass - Backing Vocals
Mark Sepulveda: Guitars

You Do Something to Me - Blues with a rocked up jazz feel.
Janna Brunner: Drums - Backing Vocals
Phill Salvail: Lead Vocals - Bass
Mark Sepulveda: Guitars

Crazy Janie - Delta blues swampy back porch vibe.
Janna Brunner: Lead Vocals
Mark Sepulveda: Guitars, "can of bolts," audience mayhem
Geoff Davis: "Kick-box," audience mayhem
Phil Salvail: Audience mayhem
John McFarland: Audience mayhem

Wind Through the Trees: Ethereal instrumental leaving a promise of more to come for the next release.
Janna Brunner: Backing vocals
Phil Salvail: Backing vocals
Mark Sepulveda: Guitars


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Joe E. Garcia

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Rise and Shine by the Groove (So Cal) Review by Joe Garcia

From the opening guitar notes it sounds like it’s going to be a hard hitting rockin’ album. As soon as the bass and drums join in it confirms my suspicion! Opening track, 6 Turn Noose comes on hard and heavy reminiscent of Stevie Ray and Double Trouble. The guitar players, wait. Player? That’s right, singular. Mark Sepulveda is as good as a guitarist that I’ve heard in awhile and he works his magic throughout the album. So much sound coming from one man and his guitar. Actually so much sound coming from these three skilled musicians like the power trios before them; the James Gang, Rush, the Hendrix Trio and ZZ Top.

Good old fashioned, no nonsense rock and roll mixed in with a little blues. Janna Brunner on drums and Phil Savail on bass make up the trio along with Mark. Rise and Shine consist of all original tracks with the exception of track 6, The Beetles’-I’ve got a feeling (which they do very well and let their vocals Shine). Many of the songs are reminiscent to the classic rock vibe and great story telling. Each song is unique, maintaining the Groove’s exceptional musical execution and vocals. Janna and Phil demonstrate classic rock screams on I’ve got a Feeling (Phil) and 6 Turn Noose (Janna) a trait that separated rock stars from vocalists in decades past. The Rise of each artist is complimentary to the others and each artist’s skills are nicely showcased on this album.

Sunrise is a hard charging song that makes you do whatever you were doing, faster. The booming bass and rapid drumming cannot be denied. Highway 1 slows the pace and vibe a bit with this cool little track. Mark’s guitar work is outstanding. You Do Something to Me captures the Groove’s essence perfectly. Crazy Janie is a bluesy ballad that starts and ends with sounds that just may be unidentifiable to some (spoiler alert-it’s a vinyl record). The many dimensions to this song make it a strong cut on this album. My only gripe is that the final track, Wind Through the Trees, could be a couple minutes longer. It’s a beautiful, mostly instrumental, song that leaves one longing for more, maybe that was the intention.

Through and through the Groove delivers on this debut album. Start to finish worth listening to over and over. Fine musicians clearly working well together with each artist knowing when to Rise and Shine.
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