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What The Toll Tells CD

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While singer and guitarist Adam Stephens and drummer Tyson Vogel have stayed true to the two-person format since their acclaimed 2004 debut, The Throes, their sound has evolved considerably over the intervening years. Following 2012’s The Bloom and the Blight, We Are Undone is the band’s second release on ATO. Thematically, the album ranges from songs that attempt to make sense of ... Read more in Amazon's Two Gallants Store

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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Saddle Creek Europe
  • ASIN: B000E5N0N0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 146,901 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Las Cruces Jail
2. Steady Rollin'
3. Some Slender Rest
4. Long Summer Day
5. The Prodigal Son
6. Threnody
7. 16th St. Dozens
8. Age Of Assassins
9. Waves Of Grain

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I got this album after a friend made me, and I can't stop listening to it! Its worth the price just for the first two tracks alone - unpretentious, rocking, modern blues at its absolute best coupled with fantastic lyrics telling of ripping yarns and heartbreak. Don't just get this, get The Throes too - Crow Jane and Nothing to You on that makes me glad I was alive to hear them. I bought tickets to a small UK gig and went from loving these album to near obsession - to see someone play with such passion and enjoyment rip roaring guitar riffs has brought me out of my musical scepticism - maybe the girls aloud of the day haven't won yet!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. W. Morris on 12 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
Any music lover will know that Americana was trauled and re-trauled to great success by The Band [Bob Dylan's band]. Conjuring up all those images of the deep south might seem a bit old hat now but Two Gallants have more bristle than a stiff brush and carry it off well.

'Las Cruces Jail'is a shameless soundtrack to a spaghetti western, but 'Steady Rollin', 'Long Summer Day' and 'The Prodigal Son', harp back but still manage to remain as relevant as Bright Eyes' political rambling.

Whereas Soledad Brothers manage to stay out there in their own league, this bluesy act somehow crosses over into the arty domain of compatriots such as The Strokes or Yeah Yeah Yeahs, without ever sounding all New Yorker chic. The NME jumping on board might help this image but Two Gallants can stand alone without press and I imagine they would sell records.

Stand out tracks: Las Cruces Jail, Long Summer Day, Age Of Assasins
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Sullivan on 21 Aug. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I must admit, this is probably the most modern album I have bought for years and it was on high recommendation of a friend. From the first to the last song, it is everything great about music. It transcends time, a record like this. Everything good about highway men like Cash, Petty and Cave, is offered in abundence. These boys are, in my opinion, far superior muscially than the White Stripes (easy comparision in terms of line-up) and their lyrics feel deep and real unlike a lot of flavour-of-the-month releases we've been privy to this year. I love the structures, from southern ballards to high tempo punk, this is a truly beautiful, mature piece of music. Get on the bandwagon and ride it baby, ride it all the way home!
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I saw them perform tracks from this album live in leeds a couple of years back and the energy that these lads put into a performance it outstanding. So what is this music like, well its americana with hints of blues, bluegrass, country and it pitches from light and shade to snarling and raucus. The CD captures al of that energy and pace and although the post production is low-fi that actual sound quality is top notch with bitting treble guitar licks and the attack and decay of notes hard hitting and then long ringing. More talented than White Stripes and more energy than Led Zep on a good day with more bite and sour tones than Dylan sucking a lemon, this is in my all time top 10 albums. So if you like energy in your music and pathos in your lyric...this has to be for you. Turn up the stereo, poor yourself a glass of bourbon and be prepared to be blown away.
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By W. Drew on 5 Jan. 2007
Format: Audio CD
If you like early blues, Woody Guthrie, Johnny Cash, the novels of Cormac McCarthy and the films of Sam Peckinpah, you'll love the Two Gallants, particularly this album. In fact, the first track on this album could be the soundtrack to the film of Blood Meridian that Sam Peckinpah will one day come back from the grave to direct. They're a great band. I saw them live at the Scala in London, though not 'very exclusively' sadly. The first album is also very good but has more of an early Tom Waits melancholic feel to it (including the great line "If liquor's a lover, then you know I'm a whore"). These guys are the real deal.
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