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Tom Hedrick | Winter Breaks

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Winter Breaks

by Tom Hedrick

Power Pop, Prog, Jazz and Punk all mashed together for your enjoyment. Like Lou Reed, Miles Davis, Brian Wilson and Robert Fripp forming a band!
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Big Press
7:34 $0.59
2. Pretty Little Hate Song
4:17 $0.59
3. Later On
3:51 $0.59
4. That's What We'll Do
4:51 $0.59
5. Dear Preacher
4:07 $0.59
6. For You, Pixie
3:31 $0.59
7. Phony
4:37 $0.59
8. Crossing Alamo
7:42 $0.59
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Album Notes
Is it power pop? Is it a prog album? Is it a jazz-rock-punk mashup suite? What about that song that seems like it would fit on The Beach Boys Pet Sounds? What's going on here? Winter Breaks is the 10th solo release by the Minneapolis indie recording artist Tom Hedrick, and it's a wonderfully mind-bending, sonically delightful experience.

"Every song on "Winter Breaks" is a jewel in a crowning achievement of greatness. As a whole the album is truly nothing short of a masterpiece… a rare occurrence in the world of music these days!" - Adam Nicholson Music

"Like Miles meets meets Revolution 9 meets Zappa meets Hunter S. Thompson meets Kerouac meets the Little Rascals... genius. An experimental triumph... like the rhapsody in blue of experimental rock. - Derek Damico, The Magneto Flobe



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Fernando Garcin

Every track tells the story of what is the life inspiration of this amazing musician. It goes far beyond influences, just like if the musicianship and his incredible electric guitar tecnique has met the way to try -at least- to solve what Burroughs called the human hieroglyphs of love and suffering. A gem to be played over and over again. “The Big Press”, “That’s What We’ll Do” and Crossing Alamo are masterpieces. I been enjoying every second and note, jazz rythm then progressive and avant-garde - I love all his voices - lyrics are masterpiece, Samuel Becket & Groucho Marx & the brand new guide for travelers crossing the Alamo from Duluth through Prague & Cardiff until you get to la salida del aeropuerto on fire.