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Four by Six

by Eddie Japan

A mix of spaghetti western trumpets, a '60s pop sound more akin to Bacharach/David than Lennon/McCartney, classic melodies, and a singer who croons like Gene Pitney.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. Pushing Years
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2. Return to Blue (Hey, Sorrow)
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3. The Power of Negative Thinking
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4:05 $0.99
4. Hold On to Your Anger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Soaring 1960s influenced pop with mariachi trumpets and spaghetti western guitars. "The Power of Negative Thinking" might be my favorite song of 2009." -- NICK BALKIN, BOSTON BAND CRUSH (DEC 15, 2009)

"The EP is 60s pop that reminds me of the best of early Neil Diamond with lyrics akin to Morrissey." -- SOPHIA CACCIOLA, BOSTON BAND CRUSH (DEC 08, 2009)

"just plain dangerous" -- RYAN'S SMASHING LIFE (NOV 24, 2009)

"A pleasure to be working with this relatively new Boston pop band. Lead singer David Santos gets my vote for vocalist of the year..." -- Pete Weiss of Verdant Studio and The Weisstronauts

"...impressively developed pop." -- Cheap Thrills, Boston (JAN, 2009)


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Jack

Stunning
A stunningly great band. I'm not sure which is better the songwriting or the production, but I can't wait for their new album.