17th Chapter Around The Bend And Then Some 2008 RTB

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Name:17th Chapter Around The Bend And Then Some 2008 RTB

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ARTIST: 17th Chapter
TITLE: Around the Bend and Then Some
GENRE: Indie
BITRATE: 191kbps avg
PLAYTIME: 0h 47m total
RELEASE DATE: 2008-05-20
RIP DATE: 2008-07-23

Track List
1. Hints Followed By Guesses 3:30
2. Don't Try / New Friends 5:01
3. Congratulations 3:05
4. Along the Way 3:57
5. Conversation 2:50
6. Old Folks 4:43
7. Sputnik 0:53
8. Rhinestone Maker 4:16
9. You Were Right 3:15
10. Fuzzy Wonderland 4:03
11. Fast Times 4:11
12. Swan 2:13
13. Fever 5:50

Release Notes:

Seattle-based roots rockers 17th Chapter come with one of those arresting back
stories that always accompany the most arresting artists. Fronted by former
vagabond-turned-happily married dad Matt Garrity, the band would never have come
to be if it wasn't for a '70s spiritual guru run amok, an adolescent
coming-of-age spent in a remote ashram, Corey Feldman and Patrick Swayze's older
brother (!), and the magnetism that guides like minds towards common goals. The
band's forthcoming debut Around the Bend and Then Some is the kind of record
that only gets made after decades of living real life, American life. It's
simultaneously autobiographical and universal; Garrity's songwriting is fraught
with the juicy tension of early REM and Nada Surf and his quintet nimbly swings
through pop-minded barnburners and downtrodden slow-burners. In the midst of
Seattle's Americana revival, 17th Chapter distills the style's road-worn,
red-eyed emotion into a sound honest, unforced, and immediate.

Soon after Garrity was born in Madison, WI his parents began chasing a spiritual
satisfaction that always seemed just out of reach. They eventually found
themselves in San Francisco, following the wildly cultish teachings of Franklin
Jones. At his instruction, they sent 12-year-old Garrity to boarding school at a
former summer camp in upstate New York, an ascetic, ashram-style school where
pop culture and materialism were banned. Garrity found solidarity with his
fellow students who shared a dilapidated cabin (named after the 17th chapter of
the Bhagavad-Gita) all year round. The other thing they shared: a
battery-powered boombox that picked up the sounds of classic rock, country, and
pop radio from someplace seemingly a million miles away. It was their lifeline
to the outside world.

By the time he was 19, Garrity was bouncing around the Western states in a used
Ford Pinto occasionally going to College and working odd jobs. He ended up in
Seattle working Special Effects on Edge of Honor, a low budget movie starring
Feldman and Don Swayze. After Feldman borrowed and blew up his car Garrity
moved into a VW bus and decided to stick around. Construction, bartending, film
editing, college, and more bartending kept him in Seattle while he wrote many of
the songs and ideas that appear on Around the Bend and Then Some.

More importantly, he developed close relationships with several ace Seattle
musicians, including drummer Mike Stone (Peter Buck, Bill Frissell),
multi-instrumentalist Kimo Muraki (Bre Loughlin, Shawn Smith), bassist Zak
Melang , and hotshot jazz keysman Ryan Burns. Along with producers Tyler Coffey
and Jeremy Lightfoot, these guys helped shape the sound of Around the Bend. The
result is an album of songs that feel perfectly comfortable in their own skins.
Live, Stone and Melang are replaced by Greg Garcia and Bob Lovelace; in concert,
the band bristles with raucous, untethered energy.

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