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Album Review

This disc is 13 new songs by Ray Mason (6) and Jim Armenti (7) that shows off the band to good advantage. They are a Massachusetts band that generally tends to stay in an alt-country groove that sounds fine, with a little bit of that country rocking of the Eagles to change up the mood. The more up-tempo songs are the standouts here. They are not a band that is strong on the vocal end of things, and these songs tend to come across with a much fuller and stronger sound. The vocals aren't bad, they just don't carry much punch and thus shortchange the generally good songwriting. They have a very stripped down sound that has a very powerful primitive feel to it. They have a strong base from which to work and there is a lot of promise here.


Formed: 1986

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s

Formed in 1986 when members Jim Armenti and Ray Mason weren't busy with their own projects, the Lonesome Brothers crafted their alternative country for years before they started recording it. Often known for their catchy traditional songs, the group did little more than live performances until the 90's, when they decided to begin their recording career. Starting with their eponymous debut in the late 90's, the band recorded semi-regular...
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