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Turning Blue

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When Turning Blue was released Glenn Milchem's day job was holding the sticks for Canadian country-rock band Blue Rodeo, but this solo project shows Milchem's other musical sides. With a few exceptions, everything on the album was played by Milchem, which leads to the album being a tiny bit stilted — it's almost impossible to multi-track with the same level of enthusiasm you get from dynamic band interaction. Still, it's an album that disproves the oft-repeated myth that drummers aren't as musically inclined as the rest: Milchem draws on a variety of influences, from The Beatles to his punky roots in the Canadian scene, all very effectively.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Swallows might sound like the name of a band but in truth, the Swallows is simply a labor of love from one man, Glenn Milchem. At least that's how it started out. Milchem put out his original material under the name of the Swallows while he was still drumming for Blue Rodeo, a country-rock outfit out of Canada. While he's proud of his work in Blue Rodeo and it's a gig that has helped him pay the bills since 1991 while he raises two children, the music he records as the Swallows is the music of...
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