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"REVELLAIRES RENEW 'POP OF AGES' SOUND""Without really hewing to any one style, [this music is] an impressive string of songs, a mixture of come-ons, kiss-offs and sundry attitudes that are equipped with sharp melodic and rhythmic hooks and lyrics that have more than a little bite as well. All are intriguing slices of pop, well written and neatly arranged by a lean, punchy quartet fond of ringing guitars and an insistent beat."
by Mike Joyce
People of a certain fortunate generation grew up idolizing the guitar riff and guitar solo.
These songs are reflections of that.
When I wrote “I Really Didn't Mean It”, I was thinking of Buck Owens and the '65 Stones playing with Buddy Holly and the drummer from Blondie.
“Goodbye My Baby” just rocks, playing it loud is 2:36 of your life well-spent.
These songs were recorded by the Revellaires, released on Top Records.
Words & Music © John Carmody, Washington, DC