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The English four-piece Grand Drive takes note from its alt-country counterparts (Wilco, Whiskeytown) and derives a sun-soaked Americana sound all its own on the band's self-titled U.S. debut. Grand Drive, which marks the quartet's first stateside release, collects 13 tracks from the group's three previous albums — Road Music (1999), True Love and High Adventure (2000), and See the Morning In (2002) — originally issued on BMG in the U.K., highlighting a lilting mix of soul, folk, and country. Brothers Danny and Julian Wilson are a solid musical pair; as songwriters, they're quick-witted and smart, and as musicians, they're exact and simple in shaping up classic bits of rock & roll. From the blue-eyed soul of "Needle in the Groove" to the honeyed acoustics of "Firefly," Grand Drive composes an honest, laid-back sound. Fiddles shyly chime throughout the bittersweet "A Little Like You," while "Sleepy" captures slow dancin' with classic '60s soul-pop. Grand Drive makes its biggest rock effort yet on "Tell It Like It Is." Like the majority of the album, its piano-driven, feel-good classic rock sound glows with a passion similar to Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young. The members of Grand Drive are earnest and pure with their craft, honing what's musically tried and true to them as a band. In the process, they recorded a pleasurable set of songs. Not bad for a bunch of Australian boys raised in London.


Se formó en: 1997 en London, England

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '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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