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Songs for Spike

by The Truehearts

Americana, roots-rock; full harmonies and hooks, thought-provoking lyrics, harkening to the past but also looking to the future.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Won't It Be Something
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2. Sunshine and Violets
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3. Pfc Frankie Walker
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4. Mamzelle Marie
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5. Hey Hey
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6. Let It Sing
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7. 32nd Street
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8. Late July
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9. Milky Way
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10. Goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"With a knack for melody and sharp storytelling, The Truehearts have made a terrific album of modern Americana. Steve and Debra blend everything from '30s string bands, '50s rock'n'roll, '70s Petty, '80s Ramones, and 21st century folk into a warm-yet-sharp blend of well-observed tunes, full of layered harmonies and apt arrangements. Keep your ears open for The Truehearts."
-- Eric Brace (Red Beet Records / Last Train Home / Brace-Cooper-Jutz)

"The TrueHearts’ new album, Songs for Spike, is all heart—the kind of album that tells honest tales of love and life with poetic clarity, heightened by the harmonies of co-leaders Debra Buonaccorsi and Steve McWilliams and their mesh of electric and acoustic guitars. The expertly played arrangements are a perfect fit for their lyrics, both settling into and slightly pushing the envelope of Americana and roots rock with flourishes of banjo and odd turns of six-string like the bubbling intro to “Milky Way” and the chiming expressionist colors that heighten the drama of the telling “Late July.” Songs for Spike is packed with simple truths—which are the best kind—and immensely easy to fall in love with."
— Ted Drozdowski, Senior Editor, Premier Guitar magazine


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