Immediate download of 13-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Yes! Music can STILL be an artifact that you touch, see, and smell! This lovely, full-length CD comes in a 6-panel digipak featuring artwork by the one and only Peter Nevins.
The layout--like the rest of the album--was independently produced & designed by John DeLore. If you're serious about supporting music, then know that the proceeds of each CD you purchase go straight into an account used by the good Reverend to produce his next album. No lie!
Purchase of CD also includes immediate download of all 13 tracks on "American Urn" in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
The debut album from the Reverend John DeLore...
"FOUR STARS!" says the altcountry.nl...
"...the epitome of Americana," says the Guilt Free Pleasures music blog...
"...some of the catchiest hooks and lead riffs this side of Ryan Adams," says Drew Citron of jezebelmusic.com
"...a landscape is vivid with rattlesnake percussion, abandoned minor keys, and tumbleweed vocals."
"...the Reverend John DeLore finds heavenly intervention on his inspired first effort," says the Freetime Magazine,
"...an artful and entertaining batch of songs that grab you with gritty hooks and rocking tempos (“Art of War”) or swirling and sweet introspection (“Everybody Loves You Just The Same”) or bluesy soul..."
"... ”Everybody Loves You Just The Same” is a song that is steeped in Americana, is full of guitars that jingle jangle, and carries a hook that won’t leave you for days. Quite honestly its one of the best songs I’ve heard this year," says Tony Van Hart of blondeonblog...
released 22 April 2009
Independently Produced & Released in Brooklyn, NY, USA. The Reverend John DeLore is an unsigned artist.
The album was Produced by:
John DeLore, Bryan Pugh, and Steve Lewis
The album was Performed by:
John DeLore (rhythm guitar, vocals)
and the Rolling Bombers:
Steve Lewis (lead guitar, vocals),
John Bettencourt (bass),
Jay Frederick (drums & percussion),
Kevin Blackler (keys & organs),
With some extra love from:
Kara Suzanne (backing vocals),
David Cieri (piano, accordion),
Bryan Pugh (accordion, vocals),
Kenny Cambre (tambourine, vocals)
Long live art. Long live music.
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