Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Paul K & Weathermen|
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Great collection of old stuff from genius songwriter
Michael Toland | Austin, TX USA | 01/27/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A collection of tunes from genius singer/songwriter/guitarist Paul K's many self-released cassettes, The Blue Sun's sound quality is all over the place but the quality of the songs themselves never falters. From raging rockers like "Amphetamines and Coffee" to acoustic troubadourisms like "Root Canal Blues," Paul and his crew deliver. My faves are the two righteous instrumentals "Satellite" and "Interstate" and the epic ten-minute title track, which was the easy highlight of his SXSW '98 performance - just beautiful. The really scary thing is that after this album, which chronicles his musicmaking up through 1992, he got even better."
I know good music and I'd like to say a word...
firstname.lastname@example.org | Louisville, KY and Slovak Republic | 10/12/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's hard to pick your favorite album by one of your favorite artist. Revolver or Rubber Soul? Who's Next or Quadrophenia? A Wilderness of Mirrors or The Blue Sun? Damned hard calls. I can't do it. But I must say that this album is one that stays in my disc changer ALWAYS. It occupies slot 21 (usually) for no real reason at all. The flow of music, the continuity of ideas...are absolutly overwhelming (like "Wilderness"). And personal. If you never met Paul, you'd know him (the REAL him) through his music. No pretenses, not all that pretty and sometimes threatening, but honest. This album A) Will never lie and B)Haunt me till I'm gone. See you under the interstate...or will I?"