After an amazing response to Jameson and the Sordid Seeds’ debut album, the band has spent the last year and half touring the nation. After nearly a year in and out of the studio, the band’s second album “I Walk Down Your Street” is soon to be released. While the reviews of the first album were outstanding, the songwriting and musical production of the second album exceed the first tenfold.
The album reflects the band’s love for playing varied styles of music. It is a musical journey, pulling from the sounds of the old. “Have Mercy” is reminiscent of the the blues rock/reggae rock style featured on the first album, while “Keep Me in the Light” shows a new, more polished sound with the flavor of Paul Simon’s “Graceland” album. Jameson and the Sordid Seeds delve into the folk side with “Love on Me” and “In This Life”. A great addition to the album is a 10 piece choir and powerful female vocals featured on such songs as “I Walk Down Your Street” and “Keep Me in the Light”, giving the songs almost a Joe Cocker feel.
One thing is for sure, the catchy hooks and feel is sure to keep the Ipod on repeat.