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Dynamic roots rock, danceable jam with touches of funk.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Santa Fe Jack
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2. Your Head
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3. Dust
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4. That One
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5. Long Way
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6. Baby Don't Forget My Name
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7. Anthem
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8. Bobby Custer
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9. Just One of the Crowd
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10. Street Walking Shadow
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Album Notes
All Marbles is a highly intriguing, completely original, fresh new addition to the improvisational rock scene. Eric “Bones” Parkes and Jayson Schell, both classically trained guitarists, first met at music school attending the University of Redlands California. There Jayson studied classical and jazz and Eric delved heavily into improvisational rock. They soon hooked up with drummer Raul Salazar, who had previously been playing in the raging Ska/Reggae scene, playing on bills with bands like Sublime and The Skeletones. After a year or two of cycling through bass players, yet creating a new inventive foundation of sound, they finally found the final member to their creation, bassist Philip Meilke. All Marbles is a buffet, if you will, of songwriters. Each brings their own styles and tastes to the table. Eric’s songs, equipped with epic jams, have a distinct Southern Classic Rock sound, where as Phillip brings a newer Indie/blues feel to their songs. Finally Jayson, writing everything from bouncy, danceable tunes, to head rocking guitar songs, will always lighten up a set and get people moving. For the past five years All Marbles has concentrated mainly on perfecting their live stage performance, in the fashion of old and current jam bands, like The Grateful Dead, Phish, Govmt Mule, and moe. They did sporadic studio recordings working with all kinds of Southern California’s most talented sound engineers. Then they teamed up with Rivercidal Records who just released their first full length self titled album, which has been flying off the shelves and creating a deafening buzz. They plan to release a live album in the upcoming year. All Marbles is looking forward to hitting the road and seeing all their fans joining them in their journey to the center of rock and roll, and will leave no venue unjammed.


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All Marbles- DUST

I remember when I was a kid, my dad would always tap his feet to whatever song was playing on the radio. I thought he was such a square. Well, admittedly I was a pretty stupid kid, and even more, this song is a definate toe-tapper, whether your brat is in the car or not. On the surface, it seems like such a simple tune, but listen to it a few more times and it becomes so much more full. The dude's voice is so unique and powerful, and I love how the band kicks a few bars after he starts. The solo is exactly what I like to hear: total rock but not at all pretentious. Also, right at the end of the solo there is a little bass fill that I will consider a late Christmas present. And now, I think I'll send the tune to my dad, and see how long it takes him to get his feet-a-tappin'!

Nice Vocals- Sounds really good and strong.

Production- Very good quality, nice mix and well rounded

Performance- You guys sound very well together. Sounds like your very well practiced.

Overall, this is a very good track. This song might be able to take you places with the right promotion.
Good Luck guys!

Brett Dawson

Great songs from beginning to the end!
This album is a must for fans of classic rock or jam bands, the songwriting is definetly there, this album is great from beginning to the end. And the more you listen to it the more it grows on you.