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The Grandaddy Bath is warm and beautiful again

This is superb; Grandaddy certainly had lost their way on the 'Fambly Cat' but this new Jason Lytle LP reaches - and maybe surpasses - the peaks of Grandaddy on many, many occasions. All the elements we loved with The Sophtware Slump and Sumday are very present and correct. The heartbreaking melodies, the sad but beautiful bleakness, the ELO themed tragedy, it's all here, like a deep warm bubble bath in a derelict crumbling motel. Album of the year? For sure. It's so good, I can forgive the vile 'bonus track' marketing device that corrupts so much that is good and pure. Best songs: Furget it, This Song Is The Mute Button, You're Too Gone, Here For Good, Rollin' Home Alone.

how good is this !!!!

amazing vocals and melodies , possibly better than grandaddy ,

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Fantastic, a great collection of tracks, so great to have Jason back around again, ok.. so its not all that far removed from a lot of the Grandaddy stuff, but thats not a bad thing! Particularly enjoying the title track, Birds Encouraged Him and Ghost of My Old Dog. If you have a spare 7.99 hanging around do yourself a favour and pick this up.

Biography

Born: 26 March 1969 in Modesto, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Indie rock singer/songwriter Jason Lytle made his solo album debut in 2009, following a decade-long recording career as the frontman of Grandaddy. While his former group failed to find mainstream success before disbanding in 2006, Grandaddy nevertheless garnered critical acclaim in the indie rock underground, with particular attention focused on their first two albums. Lytle moved to Montana after the band's split, where he assimilated the state's geography into his songwriting and made his solo...
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