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Album Review

With guitars remaining firmly in the forefront, Colorado's Big Head Todd And The Monsters ease into their album Sister Sweetly with a laid-back gait. The best of this loping stuff - like "It's Alright" - makes for catchy, radio-ready fare, as does the more rollicking "Bittersweet." Todd Park Mohr's vocals drawl smoky and inviting. But it's not until track 10 ("Circle") that the warmly glowing embers do more than wind hypnotically around a song, finally erupting into full, flaming guitars and vocal pyrotechnics. Along the way, The Monsters touch on breezy funk ("Groove Thing") and acoustic roots ("Soul For Every Cowboy").

Customer Reviews

Bittersweet and addictive

A group with a distinctive sound and an album that deserves repeated listening to fully appreciate, but one of those that you just want to play over and over once you fall in. "Bittersweet" is the stand out song. 30 secs of URL doesn't give you the feel of it, as it takes a while to wind up, but once it does you can't let go. A suprise find especially as it's from 1983. This album really grows on you. I'm not a country music fan, however this isn't 'country'. Few people seem to have heard of this band. This purchase really was worth the money. If you are undecided, just buy "Bittersweet". I think you'll want to go back for more.


Formed: 1986 in Boulder, CO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the late '80s and early '90s, Big Head Todd & the Monsters (the Colorado-based trio of guitarist/keyboard player Todd Park Mohr, bassist Rob Squires, and drummer Brian Nevin) built their audience through constant touring, playing college towns across the country. With these tours, they built a solid fan base before they had even signed to a major label. Although they released a number of records, they weren't quite able to transfer the live appeal of their laid-back, slightly jazzy blues-based...
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