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Album Review

A retro garage R&B duo out of Austin, Texas, the Greyhounds, comprised of guitarist, singer, and songwriter Andrew Trube and singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Anthony Farrell, have been together in one form or another for some 15 years, and while they've released a couple of prior albums (the most recent being Liberty from 2004), this set is the duo's first on an established label, Ardent Music (a reconfigured and reborn Ardent Records), and for all practical purposes, it feels like a fresh start for all involved, the first release of a three-album deal. Calling the Greyhounds' "Hall & Oates meets ZZ Top" sound retro might not be quite fair, since Trube and Farrell, although they feature a kind of throwback funk-soul sound, add an edgy contemporary glaze to it, making tracks like the opener here, "What's on Your Mind," moody, powerful, and slow-burning. The duo's two voices are fairly opposite, with Trube's gliding high, thin, and lonely while Farrell's is more of a husky growl, but they fit together well, and given that this is a prolific songwriting team (they've penned songs for Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, and others), it's obvious why Ardent gave them a three-album deal. This is a raw-sounding and yet controlled set, with several striking tracks, including first single "What's on Your Mind," the stomping "Soul Navigator," the edgy "Yours to Steal," the haunting and eerie "Lone Rider," and "You're Gone," which sounds a bit like Gregg Allman sitting in with a sharply rehearsed garage band. Truthfully, it isn't quite Hall & Oates, and it isn't quite ZZ Top either, but rather a synthesis of two different ways of making people head for the dancefloor, which, in the end, is what this interesting duo is famous for in their live shows.

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nasty funky soul

if you are into some of the down and dirtiest nasty funky soulful tunes you have ever heard then you will be into Greyhounds. Anthony Farrel and Andrew Trube are 2 of the finest, most passionate, most committed hard working musicians i have ever followed. I follow Greyhounds from afar as they very rarely make it to nyc. but have seen them many times with jj grey and mofro as both andrew and anthony are part part of the mofro of jj grey and mofro and this has been their project for many years now and they are abSOULutely FANomenial. this album is full of funky soulful bluesy jazz absoulute greatness. these guys are on the road and or playing home town bars almost everynight. buy this now you will love it and you will be supporting 2 guys that have more than earned it. Huge fan here! highest of recommends!


The roots you can almost tell they are great

first here

itd be cool to find them first day they came out and be first comment


Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Rising out of the Austin, Texas music scene, the Greyhounds, a duo comprising guitarist Andrew Trube and keyboardist Anthony Farrell, feature a unique sound that mixes R&B, soul, funk, and the Bakersfield country of Buck Owens into a style that has been described as "Hall & Oates meets ZZ Top," and the duo's exciting live shows have earned them a large and loyal fan following. The pair met in the late '90s, and immediately began writing and playing together, placing tunes with artists like Susan...
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