Susan and the SurfTones | Night in Old Town

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Night in Old Town

by Susan and the SurfTones

Instro surf with a garage edge
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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2. Deathmobile
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3. Over You
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4. Shanghai Hotel
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5. Chinese Rock
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6. End of Days
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7. For Your Love
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8. Night in Old Town
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9. Mexican Spaceman
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10. If Not For You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Night in Old Town" is the seventh full-length CD release by female-led instro band Susan and the SurfTones. With six new original tunes and four covers you would never expect from a surf band Susan and her ultra-cool SurfTones continue to blend surf-smoothness and garage power into a unique retro-yet-modern sound.
You won't get surf bored with this one.
Check out our latest right here at CDBaby..."Shore"...look for it under Susan SurfTone.


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Jack Little/Metal Maidens magazine

You won't get surf-bored with this CD
Susan L. Yasinski's guitar playing has gotten better. When you consider how good the last CD sounded, I didn't think that was possible. Susan has her guitar tuned to produce a sound, that was popular in the early 1960's. Some of the most popular songs of the day had to do with surf, sand and sun. There are ten songs on “Night In Old Town”. Each composition sounds different from the next. None of the songs are long. All of them are cool. You won’t get surf-bored with this CD. I won’t critique the vocals. That's because there are none. Instead of forcing words where they don't belong, Susan and the band go ahead and play. I think it's better this way. They open with “Vincent”. At first, I thought it had a long introduction. Then I realized, that Susan had found a groove, then played a variation of it, then came back to the groove again. There's an electric organ part. You can hear the drums carrying the rhythm along. It's a good example of the rest of the album. Two of the songs are covers. One is “For Your Love”. THE YARDBIRDS had a hit with it. This is a new take on a recognizable tune. The guitar tone is different than the original. I don't miss the words. Put this in your CD player for some cheerful background music.