Tony Low | Tone-Wah

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by Tony Low

Tone-wah is a new 6 song folk-rock cocktail which sounds like a delectable concoction of Big Star, XTC, Neil Young and The Byrds.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Smoke from Space
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2. The Secret
2:31 $0.99
3. Bass Guitar
3:15 $0.99
4. Wont Somebody
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5. Pirate Ships and Baby Bottles
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6. There N Gone
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Album Notes
Tony Low
“Not just another singer-songwriter…”
The Big Takeover

Tony Low, a founding member of New York’s renowned garage-psychedelic pop band The Cheepskates, has been writing and recording his songs since the early 1980’s. His songs capture a timeless spirit of beauty, sadness, and joy which most everyone can relate to.

The Cheepskates recorded and released several acclaimed albums from 1984 through 1991. The band’s fourth album, It Wing’s Above, scored number 49 out of the top 200 power-pop albums of all time in John Borack’s Shake Some Action: The Ultimate Power Pop Guide (2007).

In 2000, Tony’s first solo endeavor, Dandelion in the Year of the Rooster was released. The six-song EP featured songs about time travel, lost love, and hope. “... delicate melodies and haunting hues. Tony is an insightful wordsmith...” Twist and Shake

A second album, Sleight Of Hand, was released in 2002. Included was “Rev” (which was also featured on the International Pop Overthrow Vol. 5 compilation on Not Lame Records).
“Listen closely to Tony Low - he has something to say and says it well! “ Rock Beat International

Tony’s third solo album, Time Across the Page, was released in September 2007, and featured twelve original tracks, including a remake of “Where Are You Now”, which was originally on The Cheepskates’ 1987 album, Remember. Time Across the Page is a sonic adventure through life’s searching for answers, not only for love, but also figuring out who you are and where you fit in. “Time Across the Page is a classic disc that grows listen after listen...” Under the Tangerine Tree (Italy)

Tony’s band, The Lowbots was formed in June of 2008. With Mike Glock on drums, and Peter Tyler on bass and backing vocals, the group has performed numerous times in the Triad and RTP areas of North Carolina, including the 2010 Carrboro Music Festival.

The release in 2010 of the album, The Lowbots, saw the band bringing to vivid life twelve more of Tony’s compositions. Included was a streamlined remake of “Puffin”, a song which was on It Wings Above. Other standout tracks include, “Beware”, “Like a Dream”, “Ride With Me”, “A Million Ways” and the au courant “Virtual-Made Man”, a poignant take on today’s virtual reality world. “...a poptastic debut in league with the Red Button and Golden Bloom.” The Big Takeover

And now for your listening pleasure in 2013, the release of Tone-wah, a new 6 song EP which brings to mind such influences as Big Star, XTC, Neil Young and The Byrds. These songs are sure to stick in your head, so give ‘em a listen!



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