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Things Have Changed

by Andy's Automatics

An original blend of smooth groove Honky-Tonk, Rockabilly and REAL Country music.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. 3321 Las Mentiras Blvd.
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2. Betty 5-0
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3. She Don't Sing
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4. Sunny Afternoon
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5. Voodoo Dreams
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6. Had for the Wanting
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7. Dream World
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8. Things Have Changed
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9. Santa Cruz
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10. Heaven
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11. Cry for Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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It's a genre that's been described in many ways. Some call it traditional country, some call it
hillbilly and grassroots country, and some call it alternative country or Americana. We call it a pure,
unadulterated original blend of smooth-groove honky-tonk, rockabilly, and REAL country music. But after hearing standards by Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, as well as current artists like BR549, The Derailers, The Bottle Rockets, and Cigar Store Indians, you may have to put your own label on Andy's Automatics, especially after hearing their solid interpretations. But despite performing exciting versions of their favorite artists, the main focus of the group has been the writing and recording of Andy's Automatics' original songs, which unite Andy's passionate lyrics and artistic melodies with his powerful delivery. This high-energy band is sure to have you leaving their show with a refreshing appreciation for many styles of country music.
Formed in late 2002, the band got off to a rousing introduction, opening for the renowned Junior Brown and Stray Cats' bass guru Lee Rocker. A debut, self-titled 5-song EP release soon followed in May of 2003. After sharing the stage with The Legendary Shack Shakers, Wayne 'The Train' Hancock, and Shannon Lawson, the Automatics began broadening their base with shows in Michigan, Iowa, and Minnesota. A sampling of local appearances includes Country USA 2004 in Oshkosh, special musical guests of the nationally syndicated Michael Feldman Show on NPR, and featured local musicians on FOX Network's WLUK-TV, Green Bay. Armed with more original songs, the band has begun recording a second, full-length CD, due for release in early summer 2005.
Front man Andy Lubahn is the guitarist/vocalist/songwriter, and does so with heavy influence from Dwight Yoakam, Chris Isaak, and The Mavericks' Raul Malo. Experienced bassist/vocalist Jeff Verner brings the great '2-4 beat' that has personified both traditional country and early rock and roll music. Jeff also produced the debut CD. Playing pedal steel and guitar is Mike Soffa, a seasoned musician with a discerning ear. Kicking out the hillbilly beats on the drums is Mike Underwood. Mike is the youngest of the foursome but that doesn't show with his kick ass shuffling. The talent and chemistry shared between these four musicians is evident both acoustically and visibly, and the audience will be treated to one hell of a performance.


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Helmut


Hi, The CD From Andys Automatics is very good ! In Germany we said " echt Geil".

mini golf doug

classy like always
it just doesnt get any better than this

Dave

Interesting sound
After my first listen I hear a combination of Dwight Yokam, the BoDeans and some vocals reminiscent of the Everly Brothers. Damn good listening!

jeff fulbright

far beyond local/needs major backing lets get serious
somebody is sleeping. this is, potentially the best band/
star(andy luban) since... I do not remember given the many
one hit wonders this state has produced. This is REAL star
quality stuff and if the powers that be do not get behind
this man then I do not know what is going on. somebody wake
up anmd help a small town band. It is money in the bank. Listen to the CD. It speaks for it self.

Cathryn Ellis

Very fun and happy
Great CD! The music was fun and upbeat and the artists all complement each other. Well done, I like it a lot :-) Hope there will be another album soon.

Steve

Fun and musically tight!
The songs are not only fun and energizing, the band keeps it very musically tight with terrific playing.

Jo

Not our usual, but lots of fun
Although there is more "country" sound in this than we usual listen to, there's an energy to the music that we really like, especially the title track.

Sheri DeShaney


I gave it 5 stars just because they are a new group and a very good group at that. I also like it because it is something I haven't heard before it is a good blend of everything. It is a very up beat cd. Keep up the good work.

Cynthia Everitt

Sending it to all my friends. A great band!
Sending it to all my friends. A great band!
They are sure to hit the big time.

Jose Garcia

Very Good pure country music !!!
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