The Pwells | Grow Some

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Grow Some

by The Pwells

Straight forward Rock music, seasoned with a tinge of Reggae, a pile of Punk, a tad bit of Jazz, and a whole lotta Soul.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. In My Own Way
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2. Disgrace
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3. Canyon
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4. A Part of Me
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5. Reggae Love Song
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6. Time in a Box
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7. Smashed
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8. A Free Song
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9. Crabby Bitch
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10. Die Bitch Die
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Album Notes
Formed in February of 2006, The Pwells have had quite a year! On February 24, 2007 they will perform at their debut CD release party, which will not only be the anniversary of their arival, but will also mark the 100th performance of The Pwells! Led by frontman Ian Bertrand's blistering guitar riffs and gutwrenching vocals, this Rock trio really makes your hairs stand up! Accompanied by the monk of Funk, "Father" John Hebert on Bass, and heavy-hitting drummer, Steven Durand, The Pwells have got it covered! One thing you won't get with this band is bored, regardless of your musical taste, these guys will change it up and keep you guessing what's next! Influenced by a life of love and loss, The Pwells will capture your heart and before you know it, you'll be singing along!


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terry LeBlanc

Mais Dude !..... ya'll from St. Martin ?
Unlimited horizon !.... It take a lot of balls to put out Ur own ORIGINAL shit !... Good Job Worldly sound ! T LeB

Nick Pittman

At its best, The Pwells pack the straight rock bravado of New Orleans’ Supagroup
Local band The Pwells racked up about 14,000 fans on its Myspace page. This puts them high on the list of Lafayette and Louisiana artists. But with a band that has only been performing for a year, how did they build such a legion? Perhaps fans are drawn in with the buffet of sounds: primarily a smooth, harmonious, late-90s alternative rock format with lots of influences. On their debut, titled Grow Some, the band captures its sound - impeccably recorded and produced by Leap Studios. At its best, The Pwells pack the straight rock bravado of New Orleans’ Supagroup. Other times, the band merges reggae and ska influences like Austin’s Stingers or go smooth and melodious with a rock edge like The Meat Puppets. It’s balanced with some nutty and immature punk rock ("Die, Bitch, Die!")likely required when a band takes its name from pubic hair. The worst crime The Pwells are guilty of is timeliness: they would have had more than 14,000 Myspace fans circa 1997.

Roger Mouton

Good Stuff!
I like this album allot! They've got a good mix of different songs that sound good. The last two are particularly funny. These guys are crazy!

Tim Carroll

Blown Away
I saw them live before I heard the cd. I was blown away. One of the best live bands I have seen in a long time. I have been to all their shows since. Can't wait to hear them in the New Orleans area.