Jameson and the Sordid Seeds | Two Shoes In Mary's Basement

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Reggae: Reggae rock Rock: Rock & Roll Moods: Mood: Fun
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Two Shoes In Mary's Basement

by Jameson and the Sordid Seeds

An original bumpin' reggae rock sound with a west coast feel blended with blues and soul roots. Their debut album is here to move people and make people move.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. I Got Soul (What You Got West Coast)
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2. Can't Help Myself
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3. Brother Man
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4. James Brown
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5. Love Me Sexy
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6. Suicide Mission
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7. For Your Love
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8. Addiction
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9. Vegas Ain't My Kind of Town
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10. She's In My Dreams
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11. Sleep
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12. Lay Your Head On Me
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13. James Brown (Radio Edit)
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14. I Got Soul (What You Got West Coast) (Radio Edit)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jameson and the Sordid Seeds' debut album "Two Shoes In Mary's Basement" is a bumpin' mix of reggae rock, electric blues, and acoustic rock that reflects the energy of the band's live stage performance. The first track "I Got Soul (What You Got West Coast)" sets the tone for the rest of the album's roots-reggae-rock feel with its bouncing rhythm, strong hook, and screamin' guitar solo. The album is full of powerful lyrics and guitar and organ solos featured in songs like "Suicide Mission", "James Brown", and "Brother Man", songs reminiscent of Sublime and John Brown's Body. The Sordid Seeds then take on a Dave Matthews Band kind of feel with the acoustic rock songs like "For Your Love" and "Lay Your Head On Me" where the band's diverse range of music really shows.


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Roofdeck

W O W ! ! ! Great Tunes
This CD is one of the best in this genre for 2010. Nothing better then a great blend of Reggae, Blues, Rock & Soul.
Great music from start to finish. Definite keepers. I'm hooked.