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Charming and focused, Grand Drive's Road Music carries an apropos title. Laced with organs and acoustic guitars, it makes the perfect soundtrack to a drive. Road Music is the kind of album that slowly sneaks up on the listener. It doesn't strike a chord until after a few listens. Singer Danny Wilson is clearly a Bob Dylan fan, having fashioned his nasal vocals after his. The downbeat album is slightly depressing in tone, but from the first track, "Tell It Like It Is," to "Wrong Notes," Road Music is a pleasure to listen to. [Road Music, originally released in April 1999 by Loose Records, was re-released in April 2001 by RCA Victor.]


Formed: 1997 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Grand Drive's brothers Danny Wilson (lead vocals/guitar) and Julian Wilson (keyboards) were originally from Australia, but grew up in the stony southwest London suburb of Sutton in the '70s. In school, they met bassist Ed Balch and formed their first group, Soul Green, with several temporary drummers. It wasn't until 1992 that they found a more permanent stickman in Paul Wigens and changed their name to Grand Drive, taking their name from a long, meandering road in South London that connected Raynes...
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