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Album Review

With an updating of the pop sounds championed by the Beatles and the Byrds, Greenberry Woods add their own personality to the mix and come up with Rapple Dapple. All fans of pop music will find something to fall in love with here. "Trampoline" and "Sentimental Role" are very Beatleish, while "#37 (Feels So Strange)" is right out the glory days of the Byrds, but by all means, check out the rest of the tracks, because each one has a charm all its own. A fine debut disc of pure pop.

Customer Reviews

College Memories

This cd is amazing. I got it in college in the early 90s when it came out. Still have it and pull it out sometimes to listen to. So surprised they aren't a better known band. Favorite tracks on this are #7 and #14, but they're all great and I know them by heart. Good stuff!


Formed: 1989

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Although Maryland power-poppers the Greenberry Woods seemed to have the right ingredients for success -- songwriting and musical talent, a quickly secured major-label contract, and a positive reaction from power pop fans -- the band self-destructed after only two albums. Songwriters/vocalists/guitarists Ira Katz and Matt Huseman formed the Greenberry Woods at the University of Maryland after meeting in 1988 as sophomores and forging a songwriting partnership. The lineup was completed by Huseman's...
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