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Where have these guys been??

Can't quit listening to this CD. Every song is a winner. Looking forward to the follow-up.

A big surprise

This album was a wonderful surprise. I previewed it and bought it mainly on reviews. I'm so glad I did. This music stirs my soul and lights my inner-spirit. Very few albums can do that. I listen to this a lot. I love 'Hold On' and 'Hard Road'. 'Waiting for the Sun' is great too. This music has a very 60's and 70's feel. I let a friend of mine preview 'Hold On' the other day and he bought it before he even finished with the 30 second preview. He just said... 'Wow that just makes you feel good inside'. I wish these guys the best and I hope they have big success. I can't wait until their next album. Thank you for giving the world this music!

Deja Vu All Over Again

When I first heard this band's music, it immediately took me back to the late '70s when I first heard "Little River Band". The easy listening melodies driven by good vocal harmony, mixed with some decent guitar work, all fit together to make this a very enjoyable listening experience. I recommend it highly.


Formed: 2002 in Silver Lake, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Sporting a vintage mix of dusky alt-rock, Verve-inspired vocals, and West Coast psychedelia, the Shore emerged from L.A.'s Silverlake district in 2002. Singer/guitarist Ben Ashley had first presented a batch of songs to producer friend Rick Parker, who encouraged Ashley to record demos of the material with local musicians Kyle Mularky (guitar), Cliff Magreta (bass), and John Wilmer (drums). The Shore eventually signed with Maverick Records and issued an introductory EP in 2003, followed by a self-titled...
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