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consistent and fantastic

What I love best about the Jason Spooner trio is their ability to maintain consistancy in their music. Their not sell-outs. You can always count on hearing the same great, folk, funky and rock-like sound in all of their albums. It's not as if its a boring sound either. Regardless of keeping their same roots within their genre, each album is up-beat and different. Makes for an exciting experience for the listener. These guys are great. Sea Monster is genius.

Just a great album...

By far Jason's best album...really mature and quite frankly one of the few cd's that I would say 'just buy it'. Not as good as seeing him live, but it's the next best thing...not enough artists like this out there. Great music, great lyrics, really just an awesome piece of work by the Jason, Reed and Adam.

Truly Under Appreciated

Holy Cow! I heard a few of the tracks from this new album on an indie early morning radio show and was very intrigued. When I finally had Shazam fired up, I was surprised to note that Jason Spooner and his trio had done it again. I have downloaded a few songs from prior albums, so I wasn't surprised by Jason's artistry or musicianship. What was surprising was how each one of the songs on this new album were so different, and seemed to be from such different musical genres. As another reviewer stated - go ahead and purchase the whole album! This album reminds me of the efforts of artists in the 70's who were trying to outdo one another with albums you didn't want to take off the record player until you had played the whole side. The 11th song on this album is just as exciting as the first!

Sea Monster, Jason Spooner
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