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Pleased to Meet Us

by Tony Romanello and the Black Jackets

A guitar driven 5-song EP of indie/alt rock with catchy hooks. Best served loud.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. The Way It Goes
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2. Time Stood Still
3:42 $0.99
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3. February's Falling
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4. Lifting Me Higher
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5. Streets of Tulsa
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It’s been five years since his last new offering, but long time Tulsa musician Tony Romanello has cranked out another release with more than a little help from his friends. On the new EP, the Black Jackets compliment Romanello’s staple songwriting by supplying the rawk foundation in a manner that hasn’t surfaced on a Romanello disc since 2004’s critically praised self-titled TRB album. Romanello maintains gritty lead vocal and guitar-slinging duties per usual, and reunites with several past partners-in-crime. 2006’s Rock and Roll Fairytales EP drummer, Mike Friedemann returns with equal parts punch and finesse. Magnificently melodic and rock-steady bassist Matt Vandeveer teams up with Romanello for the first time since 1999’s Murmur EP. Former TRB staple, Andy Callis, and long-time friend, Mike Taylor, brilliantly provide the balance to the wall of sound by solidifying the oft-attempted, but rarely-effective three guitar assault. Simply put, the band as a whole delivers. In a modern world dominated by hipster indie crooners and stud nickel backers, this EP offers no whiny excuses or overblown delusions - - only enough honest rock indulgences to satisfy the raw at heart. P.S… And their amps still go to 11!

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