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From Good Homes' Take Enough Home is a bit of a sad document. It captures the band's last ever performance — announced as such — in August of 1999. After a long career playing together since high school, through several major-label discs and genuine homegrown success, the band decided to turn it in. Just knowing that lends a melancholy air to the music on the disc, which is a fairly representative slice of their accessible blend of acoustic guitar, folky vocals, and saxophone (not entirely unlike their contemporaries in Dave Matthews Band, Agents of Good Roots, and Hootie & the Blowfish). The music is upbeat and cheery, with sometimes a little too simplistic message of positivity on songs like "Celebrate." It's a nice sentiment and fine to sing about, but not the stuff of deep intellectual penetration. The fact that this is the band's final show lends the music a solemnity, purpose, and meaning that it might not ordinarily be imbued with.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

From Good Homes are an eclectic, seasoned bunch of roots-rock musicians from New Jersey who have found success in the record business on their own terms. The group consists of Todd Sheaffer (vocals and acoustic guitar), Brady Rymer (bass and vocals), Jamie Coan (acoustic guitar, mandolin, fiddle and vocals), Dan Myers (saxophones, percussion, melodica and vocals), and Patrick Fitzsimmons (drums and vocals). Their generally positive, upbeat folk-rock and blues-rock sound and lyrics are a reaction...
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