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The Worrymen

by The Worrymen

Roots Rock covering a wide spectrum of American Music
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Hang my Head
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2. Paste
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3. Only by Shadows
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4. Diode
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5. Matador
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6. Couch
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7. Galilean Satellites
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8. Walkdown
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9. Oxygen
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10. Irish Song
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11. Tilt
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Album Notes
The Worrymen are:
Jay Bennett - Guitar
Kris Burnquist - Bass, Vocals
Palmer Saylor - Drums, Percussion, Guitar
Josh Watts - Guitar, Vocals

hang my head, only by shadows, diode, galilean satellites,
walkdown, irish song by Josh Watts & The Worrymen

paste, matador, couch, oxygen, tilt
by Kris Burnquist & The Worrymen

Recorded late 2009 at Iris Studios
recorded and mixed by Chris Mathias

Cover art and design - Palmer Saylor - www.palmersaylor.com
Layout and design - Kris Burnquist
info, contact:
myspace.com/worrymenmusic
theworrymen@earthlink.net


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Philip Catley

Nothing to Worry about the Worrymen
I found The Worrymen on CD Baby when searching for Alt Country music. I am a fan of Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt and WIlco, although I find Wilco is a bit too middle of the road and mellow for my tastes nowadays. I like guitar bands with gritty sounds, but not heavy, so the UT and SV sound is right up my alley.

I find that a lot of Alt Country artists hitch themselves to the UT, SV and Wilco post on CD Baby, but most of them are either the softer Wilco sound or twangy country rock.

I was so pleasantly surprised when I cam across The Worrymen, a four piece band from Arizona. I know little about them; they have a Myspace page but it doesn't reveal very much, and there isn't much in the way of video.

They do have an excellent CD though. Sure its a bit raw at times and could do with a bit of remixing in parts, but that's only really noticeable if you apply a critical ear. I applied my happy listening ear and was delighted with what I heard.

I hope The Worrymen record more songs, and I'm only disappointed that they are in Arizona and I am in Australia, otherwise I would be a regular at all of their shows.

Best of all, this is a $2 download, so shame on you if you don't grab a copy and enjoy this little gem.

By the way, all of my CD Reviews are for local Adelaide bands. This is the first unsolicited review I have written for a band not in Adelaide. Needless to say, The Worrymen moved me to put pen to paper.