Julius Pittman & The Revival | Bucket List

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Bucket List

by Julius Pittman & The Revival

Bucket List delivers a timeless soul music revival that is reminiscent of old school rock and soul sounds of the Memphis Stax Volt Era
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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1. Tired of Being Alone
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2. Don't Need No Reason
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3. Willing To Learn
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4. Sideshow
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5. Part Time Lover
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6. Does Your Mama Know About Me
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7. A Good Fool Is Hard To Find
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8. Love Came Out of Nowhere
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9. Love Changes Like the Weather
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Julius Pittman and the Revival "Bucket List" brings to the audience, sounds and dynamics reminiscent of Otis Redding, Al Green, Jack Mack & The Heart Attack and Tower of Power. What makes this band unique is the fact that each musician is given the freedom to ‘spread their wings’ and express their individual musical personality.

A Review from The Bluegrass Special: "Julius Pittman & The Revival’s Bucket List gets cued up. These fellows are an octet of seasoned soul practitioners from down Virginia way who play like they were to Muscle Shoals born. This is, bar none, the best white soul band to emerge since Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, and it has a similar lineup, horns and all, and in Pittman a gritty, intense, driving lead singer who can spit fire on the grinders and caress a ballad with unusual sensitivity to mood and meaning."

An inspired songwriter with a gift for straight talk, Pittman contributes five delectable originals among the nine tracks, ranging from the insistently pumping ode to friends with benefits, “Part Time Lover”; to the sensuous, driving “Your Love Changes Like the Weather,” a rich declaration of fidelity to an unpredictable lover that cruises along at a midtempo gait behind a horn section alternately jittery and bleeting, and Moss’s shifting guitar textures; to “Love Came Out of Nowhere,” a beautiful soul ballad, churchy in its deep, somber organ base and Moss’s quiet, tumbling guitar riff that soon make room for the horns to surge in and recede softly from the soundscape, as Pittman divests himself of his most heartfelt and deeply dramatic vocal on the record as he works up to tear-stained supplication, both in gratitude to a woman who showed him affection he could never have imagined existed, and in beseeching her to come back to him—that’s the twist, in the beauty of the opening sentiments gradually being revealed as past tense as the singer makes a last, desperate effort to save the relationship.


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