Stonewheat | Illusions of Grandeur

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Illusions of Grandeur

by Stonewheat

Their 2nd album (and first with Steve Baur on drums) represents a truly collaborative effort, with songs ranging from extended jams to rock solid singles and all points in between, and the unique Stonewheat sound being more developed than ever before.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Not Crazy
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2. Magic Spell
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3:32 album only
3. Know Where to Go
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5:05 album only
4. Ed Broll
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5:07 album only
5. Reverse
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4:44 album only
6. The Old Man
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4:10 album only
7. Salvation TV
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2:46 album only
8. Fear
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4:28 album only
9. Beautiful Day
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5:41 album only
10. Gone
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3:27 album only
11. Walking Down the Road
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8:55 album only
12. Shelter
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13. Illusions of Grandeur
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Album Notes
With Stonewheat's second album, they've taken a big and bold step forward in every aspect of their sound, from songwriting to production. With drummer Steve Baur joining the band in 1994, these songs represent the band truly working collaboratively with several different points of view represented. As typical for Stonewheat, many of these songs were written in or inspired by the great outdoors, and their love and reverence for the earth's natural state is readily apparent; "Not Crazy" was inspired by a Brian Carney solo trip to Joshua Tree, "Beautiful Day" is John Valenzuela's homage to his hometown area of Sun Valley, Idaho, and "Know Where To Go" lterally began as a jam atop a houseboat on Utah's Lake Powell. Songs like "Salvation TV" and "Magic Spell" are perfectly suited for rock radio, while others like "Reverse" and "Fear" allow Stonewheat's progressive influence to take the spotlight. There truly is something here for everyone, which is yet another hallmark of the Stonewheat experience.


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