Pin Points and Gin Joints
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Great to have them back
This album is much in the vein of Medium Rare and Jackknife to a Swan in that it is softer than their previous fare. However, the song writing, electrifying party atmosphere and general awesomeness remains.
Back to what's it all about - fun!
I'll start by saying that i'm a die hard Bosstones fan. I make the annual trip to Boston for the Throwdown from South Florida. However, I can be objective.
Pay Attention and Jacknife were average at best. There were some hits and many misses. I was dissapointed, but they were still Bosstones albums...
Well let me tell you, the hiatus did the band some good. This is now my favorite Bosstones album. The party is back, the fun is back, the song writing is back. Dickey is back telling his stories and sounding better then ever. The horns, guitars, bass, and drums are what you come to expect with the Bosstones. While not as hard as their earlier albums; the sound is very similar to Let's Face It.
Buy the album. You'll love it! Take my word for it.
Dicky and the gang honestly sound like they had a blast recording this... The horns sound great and it's good to hear the keyboards on "The Route That I Took."
Formed: 1985 in Boston, MA
Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s