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by Susan and the SurfTones

Guitar- based instrumental Rock/Pop with influences from '60's garage to '80's post-new wave
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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4. Direction
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5. Train
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6. Rebound
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7. Compression
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10. Mongoose
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Album Notes
I had an ulterior motive for recording "S&ST Play The Beatles Vol. 1 - She's A Woman" and "S&ST Play The Beatles Vol. 2 The Dear Prudence Sessions". I felt my original material needed a new direction so I returned to the well. I had also recorded some Velvet Underground material released as "S&ST Play The VU - There She Goes Again" as well as some unreleased Dave Clark Five material. (visit our website for MySpace links to our Beatle , VU and DC5 covers) Combine these sources with whatever one picks up from decades of listening to various styles of music and you get something a bit different.
Among the many lessons I've learned from The Beatles are to never write the same song twice and to give every record its own unique identity. I've tried to be true to these lessons. Therefore I felt I needed to take some time away from original material after the release of "Untitled #10 to avoid the risk of rehash. "Direction" has ten originals that are different than anything I've done before and I hope you like them. I always include some covers on my recordings because I like playing them. This time it's Joy Division. I wasn't very familar with them until I saw "Control", a movie about the life of Ian Curtis. It made an impression.



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