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Power pop in the mid- to late ’70s had a number of anchors, perhaps none more solid that Tulsa’s Dwight Twilley Band. This album (their second) shows how Twilley and sweet-voiced bandmate Phil Seymour masterfully pinned suburban melancholy (especially “That I Remember”) and busted-hearted angst (“Rock and Roll 47”) to big, wonderful pop hooks influenced by The Beatles, The Kinks, and Sun Records. The chiming “Chance to Get Away” is any subdivision downer on a Saturday night, while the gentle “Sleeping” is the morning after. “Here She Comes” is the new day’s renewal. Twilley and Seymour followed up this masterpiece by each going solo.

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Gem

What a hidden gem from the 70's! Love this tune!

the best power pop album ever!!!!!

hook after hook after hook.
there has never been an album so beautifully crafted as this one.
i have over 1500 cds and if i had to keep just one it would be this one.
one incredible song after another , buy it now!!!

"you're next" AMAZING SONG

I watched the movie like everyone else and want to listen to this over and over again. Thank you for leading me to this amazing song.

Biography

Born: June 6, 1951 in Tulsa, OK

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Though the Dwight Twilley Band only had one hit (Twilley had another on his own), Twilley and partner Phil Seymour created an enduring and highly memorable brand of power pop that blended Beatlesque pop and Sun rockabilly "slapback" echo. Only a fraction of the band's early output was made available at the time, but these records are highly revered by power pop aficionados. According to the legend, Dwight Twilley met Phil Seymour in 1967 at a theater where they had gone to see the Beatles' A Hard...
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