The Black | Sun in the Day Moon at Night

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Sun in the Day Moon at Night

by The Black

Young Rock and Roll, Vintage R&B, Country, Blues, and Folk from Austin, Texas.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Freeway (Exiled)
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2:24 album only
2. Now I Am Here
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4:20 album only
3. Casey Jones
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4:40 album only
4. Death's Bell
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2:19 album only
5. It Only Makes You Blue
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3:56 album only
6. Throwing Away
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3:56 album only
7. Love Don't Need A Reason
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3:01 album only
8. Ms. Henry
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3:30 album only
9. Green Leaves
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3:33 album only
10. Sun In The Day
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4:32 album only
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Album Notes
"The Black deliver rock ‘n’ roll that could have stepped right out of
1966. This is garage strum and thud at its purest and most chilled
--Austin American Statesman

"I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest we might be talking about
Sun In The Day Moon At Night when we start arguing the best releases
of 2010. Largely devoid of overdubs, I imagine this is pretty damn
close to the mythical “cosmic American music” that GP was trying to
pin down. Like well-coiffed, less hirsute and finely-haberdashed
Basement Tapes-era The Band (with that Dylan feller), these guys make
beautifully patinated music, seemingly without breaking a sweat.
--My Old Kentucky Blog

"The band swings through rock and roll’s pearly gates, transporting
the long gone sounds of Buddy Holly and lesser known garaged nuggets
through the radio. Unpretentious, unadulterated, and unfiltered, it’s
a sound many have done before, but few have done – at least recently –
this well.



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