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The Grapes – Western Sun (2013)

13-02-2014, 15:20
Music | Folk | Pop | Rock



The Grapes – Western Sun (2013)


Artist: The Grapes
Title Of Album: Western Sun
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Pandora Mink Records
Genre: Pop Rock, Folk Pop, Power Pop
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:30 Min
Total Size: 108 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Western Sun
2. Step Inside
3. Lily Darling
4. In the Night Pasture
5. The Boy Who Could Not Sleep
6. Make It Out Alive
7. Interlude
8. Ride On Lonely
9. Cowboys and Indians
10. Mama (Why You Hurt Me)
11. The Storm Is Rising
12. Brother Don't Cry for Me
13. Western Sun (Reprise)

SOME bands outstay their welcome, going through the motions and never finding the magic again. Some have a golden moment in the sun and disappear almost before we realise how good they were. The Grapes are the second kind, a Melbourne band that released one self-titled album in 1999. Of course, the duo had form: Ash Naylor from the superb trio Even and the angel-voiced alt country singer-songwriter Sherry Rich. Put them together and sparks flew.
At the time The Grapes hit the mark with fans of melodic power-pop, songs that felt like they had dropped from some long-lost vault of ’60s nuggets, from the classic riff’n'jangle of I Won’t Cry and Ocean Meets The Sun to the sighing country-psych of Marmalade. As the years have gone by it has become clear what a great record they made, bristling with energy, ideas and melodic invention.
The album’s two covers, of Gene Clark’s So You Say You Lost Your Baby and The Bee Gees’ Kitty Can, sent a signal about the kind of band they were and the kind of record collections where The Grapes would be right at home. I haven’t got a clue what other records I liked in 1999, but I know I have never stopped playing The Grapes. Or dreaming that, maybe one day, Ash and Sherry might feel like they could do it again.
Lovers of music with heart, with soul, with tunes that bury themselves deep inside, it’s time to rejoice. The Grapes are back!





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