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Julie-anne

by Treble Boys

The Treble Boys 1983 independent single, “Julie-Anne” gained much critical acclaim in the music press including Billboard who called the release a “Top Recommended Pick”.
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The Treble Boys 1983 independent single, “Julie-Anne” gained much critical acclaim in the music press including Billboard who called the release a “Top Recommended Pick”. The band resisted musical trends and fads of the day and instead focused on strongly crafted songs and rich harmonies. Playing the NYC circuit from 1981-83 they were regulars at CBGBs and were even picked by club owner Hilly Kristal to be the first band featured on the CBGB TV Show.

“‘Julie-Anne’ is a perfectly modern tune, a tribute in disguise. The fact that it sounds like a Hollies song only distracts from the other wonderful touches, like the Blondie / Roxy Music instrumental intro and the pleasingly subtle strain of country in the verses. The drummer on ‘Julie-Anne’ is Andy Newmark, who played on Double Fantasy and with Roxy Music (no wonder). ‘One Kiss’ sounds akin to The Rubinoos at their yearning best. Bottom line: This is one ‘80s record that does not sound dated. The Treble Boys should have had a date with success and been a household name - or at least a venue-hold name. Treble Boys would’ve topped them all.” - Jordan Oakes


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