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More mining of a great vein

Let me open this review by saying: I know nothing. Nada. Niente. To the point, I dont know how well Ted Leo's albums sell. I don't know how much airplay he receives, or on how many soundtracks he's featured, or how well respected he is by his contemporaries. What I do know is that every single time I've played Ted Leo's music for someone, they've sat forward, or stopped talking for a moment, or set down their glass and turned to ask: "Who's this again?" Once informed, they usually say: "Why haven't I heard him before?" Not "Where have I heard him before" or "He sounds so much like..." but an obivous admission of 1) respect and appreciation and 2) recognition of his unique sound. I agree with the review - this is more of his rocking, perfect same. It's a slow burn that I liked on first listen, kept returning to in a vain attempt to exorcise the occasional snippet of melody, and a month later ended up playing regularly in all sorts of inappropriate venues. That said, until I throw on a Ted Leo album in company and hear people say "Eh, this is rad, but I prefer Hearts of Oak" or "When is he going to score a poorly filmed movie?" I'll ignore that little voice the reviewer speaks of. The one that wants more from him, something new-and-different. The one that thinks John Spencer really only needed to make two albums, and that the Who aren't a career, they're one reallllly looong album. No, I'll go with the one that plays multiple Who albums and listens to all of John Spencer's schlock and wants EVERYONE to know Ted Leo's Rock-Pop-Greatness before he moves on to more fulfilling and likely self-indulgent artistic pastures. Good rock is a gift. Make the most of it before calling it 'tired.'

Saw Ted Supporting Aimee

Anyone who went to see Aimee Mann in London 2013, and was too cool to catch this guy open the show.... big mistake ! One guy, one guitar , a whole load of noise and some great songs.... He played Toro And The Toreador, first hearing and i was hooked... brilliantly melancholic. Looking forward to his collaboraton with Aimee later in the year.


Formed: 1999 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Since the early '90s, Ted Leo has been one of the most progressive forces in East Coast independent music, with a unique combination of punk and folk, soul and hardcore, and tradition and experimentation. Originally rising to a small degree of fame in the late-'80s New York hardcore scene by playing with Citizen's Arrest and Animal Crackers, Leo left New York for Washington, D.C., in 1990, when he founded and fronted Chisel, one of the first mod/punk revival outfits to gain national renown. Leo was...
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