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Idle Speed Review - Charleston Scene

It would be so easy to simply call Gaslight Street an Americana band and be done with it. The members of this local band certainly have the look, sporting jeans, boots and all the rest of the look required. But when you place the band's new CD in your player and the first track, "Fast & Slow," kicks in, it is readily evident that this band also has a huge amount of R&B and Southern rock influence. That song melds blues and soul, with singer Campbell Brown pleading over a simple strummed acoustic guitar. Later songs, such as "Vicksburg" and "Black as Coal" lean more toward that expected Americana sound, but this band is no one-trick pony. At various points throughout "Idle Speed" the listener is treated to a Hammond organ here, a slide guitar there, and some beautiful female backup singing that would make Lynyrd Skynyrd proud. In addition to Brown, Gaslight Street consists of Jason Stokes, Brooks DuBose and Frank Nelson. The music these guys make is as real and organic as it gets, and songs such as "Vicksburg" and "Leavin' Austin" should already be on local radio. It will be interesting to watch this band as it continues to grow, especially with such a strong album to make its presence known not just locally, but hopefully nationally. Hear them in person for yourself when Gaslight Street throws its CD release party Friday night at The Pour House with special guests James Justin Burke and Elise Testone.

- Devin Grant

Amazing! They've done it again.

It is truly amazing that Campbell and Co. are still just a "local" band here in Charleston. I was blown away first by "Blue Skies For Fools" and now "Idle Speed". A fantastic sound, great performances and stellar songwriting for this or any era. Rock, Soul, Southern Rock... whatever. Excellent.

Idle Speed, Gaslight Street
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Mar 06, 2011

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