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The Heavy Blinkers

by The Heavy Blinkers

From Halifax
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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1. All that's left are waves
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2. Easy Living
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3. Dressing Down
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4. He's Not A Bum
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5. You can heal
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6. Pennycandy on the brain
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7. Say there honey
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8. Happy birthday baby
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9. From the barnyard
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10. Instruments of love
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11. Ten little firefighters
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12. Rise and glide
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13. Crowned Miss Fire Prevention
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14. Chaplin's Xmas
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15. Boxing Day blues
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16. Hey! Hey! you!
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17. Summer won't ask you twice
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18. Beacon in the sun
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19. The inchworm
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20. Marmalade
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21. Free Hawaii
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Heavy Blinkers are a 5 piece outfit hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia.


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Lois

picks up where "smile" left off, just beautiful!
Flowing, melodic orch-pop. the likes of which I've not heard in many many years!

pie

easy living
I pride myself for finding different/alt/refreshing new talent and I have to admit , hearing a trailer from the movie \"touch and go \" a Canadian film. and the soundtrack was littered with BLINKER music, I had to watch the cridits roll at the end of the movie to find out who had created this music and why have never heard it on the radio. Wroke down all the creditds from the movie---Googled it and played some free tracks and have never been the same.As previous people have wrote here the 60 infunence and melody?harmony brings back sounds that shaped my musical preferece from when I was very young \" yes my parents played Burt Bacharcht/Beach Boys : WHEN i WAS YOUNG . THE INFLUENCE and happy memories I still retain are happily awakened ....Here in Hamilton I have to order all the \"BLINKER C.D\'S from the local HMV ...Got almost all of them now.....LOVE the blinkers.

PS....Has also cut doown on road rage incidents while listening to EASY LIVING

Kay

It Grows on you - FAST!
At first listening, it just wasn't clicking for me. Seemed a little too childish for a childless 45 year old adult to listen to. I mean, I love a rousing version of "Inchworm" just as much as the next guy, but.... When I listened to it again, I was hooked. I really DO want to Hula, Hula, Hula with You. And the song about the chicken who wants to fly to the moon isn't childish at all, it's hugely philosophical. AND they're from Nova Scotia. Cool. Very cool.

Daniel J.

Radio Alarm heroes.
I listen to this CD in my car. It's really really hard to get upset with other drivers when there's a super-pop band from Halifax singing about lick 'm stix on the car stereo. I heard "All that's left are waves" accidentally on my clock radio while setting the alarm one evening. It turned out to be the longest alarm setting session ever because I had to lie on my floor waiting for the deejay to tell me who had created this lovely music. I figure if music sounds good over a clock radio, it's got to be good. Also the songs are quite short. If you hate them they'll be over soon so don't worry...

Daniel J.

Radio Alarm heroes.
I listen to this CD in my car. It's really really hard to get upset with other drivers when there's a super-pop band from Halifax singing about lick 'm stix on the car stereo. I heard "All that's left are waves" accidentally on my clock radio while setting the alarm one evening. It turned out to be the longest alarm setting session ever because I had to lie on my floor waiting for the deejay to tell me who had created this lovely music. I figure if music sounds good over a clock radio, it's got to be good. Also the songs are quite short. If you hate them they'll be over soon so don't worry...

Rockin' Ray Hudson/radio Personality

Music That Strikes A Feel Good Nerve!
Every once in a while you'll run across an album like this one.
Creative compositions and arrangements that strike a fell good
nerve. The Heavy Blinkers album is just that.
From full rich harmonies from tunes like Crowned Miss Fire
Prevention, Instruments Of Love, to the fun in the
sun sound of Easy Living, and Summer Won't Ask You
Twice. If you love The Beach Boys and Beatles sound
This is a must have album! With 21 cuts, no song
sounds the same. With artist today, thats a refreshing
change!

ugly buggle

think of the pixies
pixie sticks are bad for yuo they have aspartame in them wich is a scorce of methane

Pamela Rooney

60s-influenced light pop tempered by current pop undertones.
Do you like the Beach Boys, Beulah and Burt Bacharach? (enough Bs for you?) Well, then step up, because this CD was custom made for you. A very light-hearted and fun jaunt around the world of late 60s delicate pop music, it sways in and out of hula chic and snowbunny winks, while occasionally tapping the listener’s shoulder to bring their attention back to reality. A varied selection of vocals (both male and female with TONS of complimentary harmonies), super-DUPER intstrumentation (pianos, organs, vintage guitar tones, and the occasional trumpet interjection) and sweet-as-sugar songwriting all point to the inevitable; fans of 60s pop will, like, dig it.

Phil Thetremolo King

Beautifully done! Great songwriting, great voices
All the influences are clearly heard, esp. the Beach Boys, but still, this is agreat record. Beautifully written, recorded, produced, arranged, sung..Stlill, the question remains: what are these guys so damn HAPPY about?

Neil Gibbs

What is it about Canadian bands?
From start to finish this album abounds with gorgeous melodies and beautiful harmonies.In short a timeless record of class and style!
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