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Finally, Real Music!

This long awaited album not only fills the void of creativity left by studio created music, but satisfies the need for music with a meaning. Each song, crafted with love and meaning touches so many levels of the life and times we all have lived through. Its highlights are All the Way, Dragonfly and of course Death and Joy! Its truly a pleasure to listen to over and over again,,,Finally, good MUSIC crafted to be enjoyed!

No box for this album!

As with all of brad smiths musical excursions, you cannot put this sound in a box and wrap it with a pretty little label. It is simply not possible. The songs are an eclectic compilation of artistic eccentricities and emotional expressions straight from the heart. Its like everything and nothing you've ever heard from him. It's an emotional up, down, and all around view into his soul. It's absolutely amazing. As if you should or would expect anything else from this gifted multi talented musical super power----the guy wears his name on his shirt.... and rightfully so!! I highly recommend this album. Hooray for real honest sincere, heartfelt music!! CWH5 yall!


Take a slice of Melon Pie...

For all of us who still long for more melon. Thank God for Brad Smith


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Abandon Jalopy is the project title used for a collection of personal songs by former Blind Melon (later Unified Theory) bassist Brad Smith. Smith began working on the album shortly after the death of Blind Melon frontman Shannon Hoon in 1995, and although the album was supposed to be issued in the late '90s, its release was held up until the summer of 2002 (via Smith's own Stank Face Laboratories label). Titled Mercy, the album featured such special guests as former Blind Melon members Roger Stevens,...
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