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Album Review

This ten-track album, dating from 1987, is another delightful beach music collection, featuring beautifully brought-off classic R&B. Whether Band of Oz are doing stomping shouters like "Baby Work Out," slow ballads like "Snap Your Fingers," or soaring melodic dance numbers like "Heaven in the Afternoon," this edition of the band has the range to pull it all off. This particular record (released on CD at the end of the 1990s) also has the group's signature tune, "Over the Rainbow," as its big finish. The singing and playing are seamless, and as finely wrought as any pop records of the period. For anyone who hasn't ever sampled beach music, this is a great place to start — and, as with any truly great pop record, it will always leave the listener wanting more.


Genre: Blues

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Band of Oz are one of the longest-running bands on the East Coast beach music scene, with four decades under their belt and counting in the late 2000s. One of the secrets to their longevity is the constant influx of new members who have kept their sound fresh across the decades -- and the presence of members whose writing abilities have allowed Band of Oz to significantly augment the covers that fill much of the repertoire of beach music. The group was formed as the Avengers in Grifton, NC, in 1967...
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