Gospelbeach: Pacific Surf Line

SKU: 28856214
Gospelbeach: Pacific Surf Line

Gospelbeach: Pacific Surf Line

SKU: 28856214

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Pacific Surf Line
Artist: Gospelbeach
Label: Alive Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 095081017412
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. The band's breezy tunes swim with swirling Hammond organ, soulful drumming, walking bass lines and lightning guitar flashes, with the five musicians' voices merging in rich, lived-in harmonies. The songs celebrate the spirit and history of California ("California Steamer"), the unique vibe of Rademaker's original home state of Florida ("Sunshine Skyway") and a wide range of friends, acquaintances and experiences ("Come Down," "Mick Jones"). The album which Brent and Jason co-produced with Scott Hack with, known for his studio work with the likes of Spiritualized and the Ramones, embodies an open-hearted optimism that's reflected in the band's sunny, upbeat song craft, and in the buoyant, organic performances that show off the quintet's uncanny, instinctive chemistry.

1.1 California Steamer
1.2 Sunshine Skyway
1.3 Your Freedom
1.4 Mick Jones
1.5 Come Down
1.6 Southern Girl
1.7 Out of My Mind (On Cope and Reed)
1.8 Alone
1.9 Damsel in Distress
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