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Album Review

Picking up where he left off with his exceptional debut Songs for the Daily Planet Todd Snider continues his ragged-but-right blend of folk, country and rootsy rock & roll on this 14-song release. At times brilliant, Snider's songwriting talent is still intact, as is his passionate voice and the superb instrumental backing by his band the Nervous Wrecks. The first single "I Believe You" is a hopeful testament of the singer's faith in human nature. Keen observations of social and political issues are honestly presented, using wit and humor as in "Side Show Blues," "Tension," and with kick-in-the-gut seriousness — "T.V. Guide," "24 Hours a Day." It's not all weighty stuff though — the swampy "Moon Dawg's Tavern" and the Chuck Berry-esque rocker "Late Last Night" are just plain fun. Hear him out; he's got a lot to say.

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I've got every TS album and this is my favorite. In fact its my second copy. I wore the first out. I think he didn't realize he was making a masterpiece when he cut this one. Sometimes magic just happens. It's got heart and heartache, laughs and dirtbags, friends and lovers and what else do you need? This is a must have for any texas roots music lovin fan.

Step Right Up

There's Abbey Road, Dark Side of the Moon, Exile on Main Street, Who's Next and Step Ritht Up! Yes, it's that damn good. 14 unbelievable songs and Will Kimbrough on guitar too! If the Grammy's had any substance, this album would have won in multiple categories but as Todd Snider says, "It's Hard to Kick the Door Down - Wearing Seven Dollar Shoes." It is the perfect album for new listeners, Nervous Wrecks fans and anyone who just loves great music. Too bad the times didn't allow for better circumstances because Snider and Kimbrough were the 90s answer to Lennon and McCartney. If you missed it all - buy the album and make up for lost time. Everytime I listen to this album , I hit replay over and over again. Pure magic, raw energy, and great talent.


Born: October 11, 1966 in Portland, OR

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Todd Snider first garnered attention for his timely alt-rock satire "Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues," a folk-rock song that struck a chord with younger people fed up with angry alternative rock bands, and at the same time, appealed to aging rockers who grew up with the folk revival of the 1960s. Snider was born in Portland, Oregon, and grew up in Santa Rosa, Austin, Houston, and Atlanta. After moving to Memphis in the mid-'80s and establishing residency at a local club named...
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