The Explorers Club hopes for its sophomore album, Grand Hotel, are pretty ambitious to undertake, if it weren't for the fact that the South Carolina sextet had already gone a long way toward accomplishing it on their debut album, Freedom Wind…"quite remarkable" (USA Today). Grand Hotel puts the band with producer/mixing engineer Mark Linett, known work on the re-issues of the Beach Boys' Smile and Pet Sounds. The songs, recall the likes Herb Alpert jamming with psychedelic bands…the music of a James Bond flick…Roy Orbison, Neil Diamond records… the most upbeat 4 Seasons or Grass Roots hits.
The Explorers Club hopes for its sophomore album, Grand Hotel, are pretty ambitious to undertake, if it weren't for the fact that the South Carolina sextet had already gone a long way toward accomplishing it on their debut album, Freedom Wind…"quite remarkable" (USA Today). Grand Hotel puts the band with producer/mixing engineer Mark Linett, known work on the re-issues of the Beach Boys' Smile and Pet Sounds. The songs, recall the likes Herb Alpert jamming with psychedelic bands…the music of a James Bond flick…Roy Orbison, Neil Diamond records… the most upbeat 4 Seasons or Grass Roots hits.
677516135610
Grand Hotel [Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ROCK RIDGE MUSIC
Catalog: 61356
Rel. Date: 02/14/2012
UPC: 677516135610

Grand Hotel [Vinyl]
Artist: The Explorers Club
Format: Vinyl
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The Explorers Club hopes for its sophomore album, Grand Hotel, are pretty ambitious to undertake, if it weren't for the fact that the South Carolina sextet had already gone a long way toward accomplishing it on their debut album, Freedom Wind…"quite remarkable" (USA Today). Grand Hotel puts the band with producer/mixing engineer Mark Linett, known work on the re-issues of the Beach Boys' Smile and Pet Sounds. The songs, recall the likes Herb Alpert jamming with psychedelic bands…the music of a James Bond flick…Roy Orbison, Neil Diamond records… the most upbeat 4 Seasons or Grass Roots hits.