Travel Lanes | Let's Begin to Start Again

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Let's Begin to Start Again

by Travel Lanes

Following the success of their debut EP, Travel Lanes return with a full length record and a batch of songs as catchy as they are tuneful.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Class Trip
2:56 $0.99
2. In the World
3:18 $0.99
3. No Go
3:44 $0.99
4. Little Outta Love
2:52 $0.99
5. 100th I Told You
2:28 $0.99
6. The Year
3:52 $0.99
7. But I'm Not
3:04 $0.99
8. TA
2:36 $0.99
9. Death
2:34 $0.99
10. Cream Soda
3:36 $0.99
11. More Than Me
4:09 $0.99
12. It's My Pleasure
2:56 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes

Travel Lanes was created on a whim.....or a series of whims. Answering, or commenting to a Craiglist ad, led to the formation of the group. Four guys deciding to meet in a room to play music was an accomplishment in itself. A well received EP was quickly recorded over the space of a year. A series of gigs were played before things eventually went south for any number of reasons.

With literally no reason for them to continue, the band decided to do some recording. Taking over the bottom level of the Cojocariu split level, the band began to record some new songs as a three piece. Learning the ins and outs of the recording process, in addition to out of tune guitars and noisy amplifiers, took a bit of time. Though, I must note, John's drumming was solid throughout. The return of guitarist Derek Feinberg to the fray brought a new focus to the project. The band felt a sense of momentum as the sessions began to bear fruit.

Let's Begin to Start Again is an emotional, personal, passionate record, and the songs have attached themselves to each of us in their own special ways. We hope that the words, melodies, harmonies and the energy we’ve put into these songs will attach themselves to you in some way too.
Come see a show, buy the record, and stop and say hello.

Travel Lanes is, was and will continue to be:
Frank Brown-Vocals/Guitar
Mitch Cojocariu-Bass/Backing Vocals
Derek Feinberg-Guitar/Backing Vocals
John Bicer-Drums



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Jay Dunner

A promising set . . .
Formed from the remnants of The Rigbees and Buzz Zeemer, Philadelphia’s Travel Lanes merges smoothly onto the Lite Rock Highway. The mix is just right – the drums have a compressed pop; the guitars maintain separate, complementary parts of crunch and ring; and the vocals often include parallel and counterpart harmonies. The latter is a good thing, because lead singer Frank Brown’s pinched-throat timbre blends better when bolstered with backups. The songwriting is strong, with standouts being “In the World” (a wistful, summer-love look-back) and “Little Outta Love” (which hints at The Police’s “Every Breath You Take,” but shows its full-house Eagles hand). Only once do the lyrics veer toward vapid (“Cream Soda”), but the song is saved by the layered harmonies. The sole gaffe is the opener, “Class Trip,” a fuzz-chorded, bar-band lump of a tune that almost made me miss the rest of the album. I’m glad I didn’t, because Let’s Begin to Start Again is a promising set for these Philly vets.