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Feeling The Fall

The Village Green

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With a name like the Village Green, this is one band clearly unafraid to wear either their Anglophilia or their pop jones on their sleeve, but the pleasant surprise is they're good enough to not only get away with it, but they can face comparisons to their obvious influences with flying colors. Village Green masterminds J. Nicholas Allard and Jeremy Sherrer clearly dig the Beatles and the Kinks, but one can also hear the influences of harder and less obvious role models such as the Move and the Pretty Things in this music, and they're even willing to suggest they listen to such America interlopers as Cheap Trick and Big Star every once in a while. On Feeling the Fall, their first full album, the Village Green have assimilated their influences and used them to fuel their songwriting and their production smarts; the songs harken back to a pop era of the past, but do so with a breezy confidence and a skill that makes the final product sound fresh, lively, and brimming with their own personality. "Bullet to the Head" proves these guys can rock out with plenty of muscle, the lightly lysergic pastoralism of "Om: The Meaning of Life" and "Chomping at the Bit" is perfect Sunday afternoon stuff, and "Wrap Your Love Around Me" suggests these guys could lean to make with the boogie with enough encouragement. For a duo writing and producing their first full-length album, Allard and Sherrer come off as confident, accomplished, and precociously talented, and with the help of a small crew of guest musicians, they've made an album that would be the envy of many veteran popmeisters. Feeling the Fall is impressive and purely pleasurable stuff; anyone with a taste for classic pop should give this disc a spin.

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Genius - Great "Secret" Band

Can't remember what good thing brought "The Village Green" my way, but I'm so grateful I've had their albums for the last few years. "Feeling the Fall" doesn't have a loser on it. Absolutely LOVE the baseline/guitar contrast in "Three Hours Ago," and how they play together throughout the song. "When the Creeper Creeps In" is another showcase of superb base work. And the drumming just makes one pick up whatever is close by to start banging on it.

It is so common to call a band underrated and wonder why they haven't exploded across the scene, and this band is the classic example of such a group. Whenever I get their albums out everyone around says "Who IS that!!!" and wants to know more about them. Where they come from, how many albums they've got out, do they tour… They just really got it going.

Wikipedia rumors that they're recording a new album in 2012 after reforming. If the past work is any indication, I'll soon have another favorite music purchase to treasure.

Great Album

This is some excellent melodic rock. The vocals are top notch and the sound is just unique in this day and age. Check it out and buy it, you won't regret it. Play it loud and sink into this sound.


Fecha de formación: Portland, OR

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s

The music of Portland, OR-based the Village Green harks back to the time of the British Invasion, with influences like the Beatles, the Kinks (from whose song and album The Village Green Preservation Society they got their name), and Brit-pop acts like Oasis and Supergrass heard clearly in their work. With J. Nicholas Allard on vocals, Nathan Anderson on keyboards and guitar, Dave Depper on bass, and Jeremy Sherrer on drums, the Village Green released their self-titled EP in 2005. The next year the...
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