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Cloud-Wow Music


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 18 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Smells Like Records
  • ASIN: B00005BI2G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

1. Hello So Fine
2. The Walk
3. Everything
4. Fluxogen/Neverything
5. In the Sun
6. Inchworm
7. Totally Sigmund
8. You're a Star
9. Peebly Mcnownow
10. Thurmond Crimm
11. Wedding
12. My Dandylion Wish
13. The Bitter Wind
14. Never Wrong
15. Arabesque

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This is a very pleasant collection of songs from a young Memphian I can only call "ultra-modern". I live in Memphis. I know Memphis is mostly about Elvis, Sam and Dave, Al Green, Sam the Sham, Carla and Rufus Thomas, Booker T and the MGs, Charlie Rich, Otis Redding and the Bar-Kays, Jerry Lee Lewis, the Three Six Mafia, all sorts of rockabilly and soul and gutbucket and rap. But this is really great, too, in a completely different way, more like Big Star and Alex Chilton when he's not really angry and bitter. This is ethereal and damn near giddy music... it's intelligent, rooted in 60's white pop with a carefully crafted psychedelic edge. It floats along, pulls you in and...well, it makes you feel happy. It's ultra-modern -- nobody else sounds like this -- and it's very smart. I can't wait for the follow-up. I'm the Big Oh and I gotta go.
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...wouldn't be out of place in the Elephant Six collective. I heard part of this in Shangri-La Records in Memphis, and I thought I was listening to a lost Kinks album. The little bits I heard were eclectic, but consistently bright, poppy, tuneful, melodic, and every other buzz word that I look for in music these days. Unfortunately, I didn't buy it, as I'd already picked out my selections; but I'm going back next week and I'm definitely getting it then. As should you. But since you probably don't want to go all the way to Memphis if you don't live there, YOU should get it from Amazon.com.
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I Can't Believe It Came From Memphis But Then Again I Can Aug. 9 2001
By "thebigoh" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a very pleasant collection of songs from a young Memphian I can only call "ultra-modern". I live in Memphis. I know Memphis is mostly about Elvis, Sam and Dave, Al Green, Sam the Sham, Carla and Rufus Thomas, Booker T and the MGs, Charlie Rich, Otis Redding and the Bar-Kays, Jerry Lee Lewis, the Three Six Mafia, all sorts of rockabilly and soul and gutbucket and rap. But this is really great, too, in a completely different way, more like Big Star and Alex Chilton when he's not really angry and bitter. This is ethereal and damn near giddy music... it's intelligent, rooted in 60's white pop with a carefully crafted psychedelic edge. It floats along, pulls you in and...well, it makes you feel happy. It's ultra-modern -- nobody else sounds like this -- and it's very smart. I can't wait for the follow-up. I'm the Big Oh and I gotta go.
Just based on a few tracks, but... June 28 2001
By "rareneonbird" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...wouldn't be out of place in the Elephant Six collective. I heard part of this in Shangri-La Records in Memphis, and I thought I was listening to a lost Kinks album. The little bits I heard were eclectic, but consistently bright, poppy, tuneful, melodic, and every other buzz word that I look for in music these days. Unfortunately, I didn't buy it, as I'd already picked out my selections; but I'm going back next week and I'm definitely getting it then. As should you. But since you probably don't want to go all the way to Memphis if you don't live there, YOU should get it from Amazon.com.
Shelby Bryant--The modern Gary Lewis and the Playboys Nov. 28 2007
By Brian Kelly - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I love this CD! The music is progressive, different and happy. Every time I listen to the CD it reminds me of Gary Lewis and the Playboys. If Gary Lewis and his crew were actually making music today, this is what it would sound like.

It is obvious that Shelby is not afraid to try new things with his music. If you want something different, you should buy this CD.
awesome Aug. 16 2005
By K. Minnick - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
trippy as hell and awesome. this music will make you happy. it is awesome. simply awesome.

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