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Album Review

In some ways, the Big Cats are so retro they're positively cutting edge: this Little Rock quartet is a jangly guitar pop band from the South, a style of music that was absolutely everywhere in the post-R.E.M. '80s but has been decidedly absent from the cultural Zeitgeist for quite some time. On Tomorrow isn't some kind of archeological enterprise, however: this kind of low-key, earnest jangle pop is more timeless than that. Led by singer/songwriter Burt Taggart, the Big Cats have actually been around in one form or another since 1994, but On Tomorrow is only their second album. Lead guitarist Jason White has a no doubt more financially pleasurable sideline as Green Day's second on-stage guitarist; he also co-owns the Adeline Records label with Billie Joe Armstrong. Similarly, drummer Colin Brooks is also a touring member of Canadian indie rockers the Stills. On Tomorrow has the casual, low-key vibe of a record made by old friends with little on the line beyond a good time for themselves, but it lacks the jammy self-indulgence of many similar records. Taggart's songs, largely minor-key tunes with echoes of everyone from Marshall Crenshaw to the Gin Blossoms, are too concise and melodic for that. On Tomorrow will leave cold folks who don't care for this currently unfashionable style, but anyone who remembers the name Guadalcanal Diary should snap it up immediately.

Customer Reviews


Great Album! Buy it, you will not be sorry.


The Big Cats are an amazing band and this is an amazing album. It is definitly worth the $10. They have real talent and are astonishingly not well known. The album opens strong with "Little Windows" and only gets better as it goes on with songs such as "She's Got Skills" "Woodlawn Bells" and "Man of Leisure". This is a fun easy listen and a great find!

Most refreshing album

With the trash circulating on rock radio, this is the most refreshing album I've heard in a long time. It's honest, well written, beautifully produced...I couldn't ask for more. If you buy this album you'll be talking to your friends about The Big Cats tomorrow, I promise!!!

On Tomorrow, The Big Cats
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Feb 06, 2007

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