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Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers are a power pop/rock band based in Seattle.  They are song- writing oriented, and the focus on Masterwish is on song craft.  That being said, it is an album in the vinyl sense, and has a narrative that encompasses these themes: time passing, love, doing whatever the hell you should be doing according to you.  John Goodmanson (of most recent Sleater-Kinney fame), produced and mixed the record, giving a crisp feel to the guitars, awesome hugeness to the drums, and a tight vocal sound.  Masterwish sounds a little like your favorite 1970's pop record, with good melodies, hooks in the choruses, and almost always a tasty guitar solo.  Think Big Star meets Bad Company, meets Lou Reed, meets Tom Petty.

Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers are a power pop/rock band based in Seattle.  They are song- writing oriented, and the focus on Masterwish is on song craft.  That being said, it is an album in the vinyl sense, and has a narrative that encompasses these themes: time passing, love, doing whatever the hell you should be doing according to you.  John Goodmanson (of most recent Sleater-Kinney fame), produced and mixed the record, giving a crisp feel to the guitars, awesome hugeness to the drums, and a tight vocal sound.  Masterwish sounds a little like your favorite 1970's pop record, with good melodies, hooks in the choruses, and almost always a tasty guitar solo.  Think Big Star meets Bad Company, meets Lou Reed, meets Tom Petty.

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Danny Newcomb & The Sugarmakers - Masterwish

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Format: CD
Label: HKTR
Rel. Date: 12/11/2015
UPC: 616892334941

Masterwish
Artist: Danny Newcomb & The Sugarmakers
Format: CD
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Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers are a power pop/rock band based in Seattle.  They are song- writing oriented, and the focus on Masterwish is on song craft.  That being said, it is an album in the vinyl sense, and has a narrative that encompasses these themes: time passing, love, doing whatever the hell you should be doing according to you.  John Goodmanson (of most recent Sleater-Kinney fame), produced and mixed the record, giving a crisp feel to the guitars, awesome hugeness to the drums, and a tight vocal sound.  Masterwish sounds a little like your favorite 1970's pop record, with good melodies, hooks in the choruses, and almost always a tasty guitar solo.  Think Big Star meets Bad Company, meets Lou Reed, meets Tom Petty.

        
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