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Brandon Scott - 13 Satellites
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Brandon Scott - 13 Satellites

4.20
Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2011-10-03 Year: 2011
Label: Golden State Music
Genre: Folk Rock
Producer: Brandon Schott
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Imagine going to a music cafe´ where Ben Folds is the host, with The Beach Boys on stage performing songs by Art Garfunkel and The Beatles and guest appearances from Crosby, Stills and Nash. Well, that´s exactly how Los Angeles singer/songwriter Brandon Schott´s 4th album "13 satellites" sounds like. This is a folk version of The Beach Boys except Brandon´s vocal performance is closer to Ben Folds than the 60´s bands, not all songs move me but there are a few really nice tracks like "Flowers fading", "Early morning night" and "A daydream".



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Myles Kennedy was in a band called ´Citizen Swing´ from Spokane, Washington. The band released two albums, Cure Me With the Groove and Deep Down, before disbanding in 1996. ´Cure Me With the Groove´ was a jazz-influenced pop album best described as Stevie Wonder meets Stevie Ray Vaughn, while Deep Down was a much heavier album, dropping all of the pop pretense in favor of heavy guitars, soaring vocals, solid and infectious beats and a bit of the ´jazz flair´ of the trumpet. Vocalist and lead guitarist Myles Kennedy, formerly of Cosmic Dust, eventually went on to front The Mayfield Four and later Alter Bridge.

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