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Day & Nightdriving

Seven Mary Three

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Album Review

Long out of the spotlight and too square to be considered for "That's the '90s!" nostalgia fests, Seven Mary Three keep rolling along, turning out albums every few years, eventually winding their way to their sixth album, 2008's Day & Nightdriving. Those who haven't paid attention since "Cumbersome" may be surprised to find that the group no longer sounds like Pearl Jam (of course, Pearl Jam doesn't quite sound like that anymore, either) — when the volume ratchets up, there is still a bit of a groaning lurch to their rock, but this is a warmer, mellower band, one that wears its experience well. Day & Nightdriving is a burnished collection of country-rock stripped of alt-Americana pretensions and rounded out by introspective rockers that belie the group's age. Seven Mary Three are older in the best sense: they have learned songcraft and there's a lived-in soulfulness to their performances, two crucial elements missing in their overly earnest early records. This is an emotional progression married to a gradual musical maturation; Seven Mary Three are still totally, completely children of the '90s. They still specialize in classic rock moves tempered by gliding open chords pulled from '80s college rock, but they don't feel stuck in the past; they feel like they're steadily working at developing their music. This can occasionally lend their music a bit of a workmanlike feel — there's a doggedness that keeps this earthbound at times — but Day & Nightdriving is evidence that Seven Mary Three are slowly, surely getting better as they're getting older.

Customer Reviews

It's about time.

I thought these guys were long gone. 7 Mary 3 was one of my favorite bands of the 90's. When grunge ruled the airwaves these guys stuck to what they do best, and that's top notch song writing and rock and roll with a little touch of country. I recommend this disc, it's hard to find a disc you don't have to skip tracks while listening to.

Fantastic

7M3 was and are icons and this album shows there diversity and ability to adapt without sacrificing the talents that made them. Great Album and highly recommended!

A Great Album To Be Had

Well it is about time these guys came back and enlighten us with their talents once again, long time gone, long time missed. This CD is just proof that with some waiting the great is around the corner a must for the collection.

Biography

Formed: 1993 in Williamsburg, VA

Genre: Alternative

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

Within the alternative world, Seven Mary Three have often been compared to the mainstream-sounding, garage/arena rock of post-Ten Pearl Jam, but the group insists that their refusal to alienate themselves from the rest of the world makes them different. Instead, Seven Mary Three offer songs concerning self-discovery and true outsiders isolated from society. Based in Virginia (where the bandmates attended the College of William and Mary), Seven Mary Three signed to the Mammoth label after releasing...
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