American Symphony of Soul – Swept Up

Swept UpSound of Boston recently checked out the band’s debut, which they worked on with Matt Tahaney. They have this to say:

The album, which was recorded at two Somerville studios—Q Division and Phoenix Down Recording—is a 35-minute work of shining horns, shuffling drums, and rippling electric piano, organ, bass, and guitar. In “Galapagos,” guitarist Alex Mijailovic breaks into a solo you might mistake for a Carlos Santana melody. “You Got Me Bad” is so tight it could well have been produced by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars (the album was produced by Joe Bagale of the Mickey Hart Band).

Read the rest of the review, and here a preview of the album at the Sound of Boston website.

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