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You Should

by Blisses B

You Should is a portrait of this San Francisco quartet's unique brand of experimental and psychedelic folk rock.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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From the fertile music grounds of San Francisco, California, Blisses B is carrying the torch lit by their forefathers and mothers from the Bay Area music scene with the release of their debut full-length album, You Should. Independently released on May 9, 2009, You Should is a portrait of the quartet’s unique brand of experimental and psychedelic folk rock. The album explores themes in relation to the encouragement and support of those close to you throughout all stages of life - in other words - you should. Early reactions to the album have drawn comparisons to the Talking Heads, Thin Lizzy, Lyle Lovett, The Avett Brothers and Neil Young.

After meeting in San Francisco’s Western Addition in 2007, Blisses B released their debut Self Titled EP and started building their fan base by touring up and down the West coast. They then headed to San Francisco’s famed Tiny Telephone Studios, owned and operated by John Vanderslice, to begin working on You Should with engineer Jay Pellicci (Deer Hoof, Erase Errata, Birds and Batteries). At Tiny Telephone the band recorded on a bounty of vintage equipment available including a 2” Studer Tape Machine, Hammond B-3 Organ, and a Fender Rhodes to achieve a unique mix of bare acoustics and reverb-driven amplification. The group used Ben Keegan’s Spaceship Studios in San Francisco to complete their vision for You Should. When all the sounds were finally laid down, Blisses B headed to Oakland’s Sharkbite Studios to work with punk rocker Ryan Massey (American Steel, Communique) to tighten the sound of You Should while also keeping the album raw and real. John Golden (Sonic Youth, Primus) of legendary Golden Mastering completed the sonic production.


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Jammy Jimmy

"You Should" is a VERY GROOVY RECORD!!! This is dancing music. It covers so many different styles (rock, country, funk, folk, and more) and timbres (acoustic, electric, programmed, picked, plucked, bowed, slapped) but it still sounds like the same band. There is also great songs, great instrumental work, and great vocal work. If only Jam Bands could write songs that are this good. Nonetheless, Blisses B play some pretty fat jams, they're just not 8 minutes long or anything. YOU SHOULD IS MUST BUY! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!