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8 thoughts on “ Perfect Blues - Seventy Sevens* - Sticks And Stones (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. The fact that Sticks and Stones contains demo versions of Seventy Sevens‘ two best songs (“Do It for Love” and “The Lust, the Flesh, the Eyes and the Pride of Life”) make it the album to seek out for anyone who feels the need to own only one 77s album. Positive response to Sticks and Stones convinced Roe to reactivate the band with a.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green/Yellow Split, Red/White Split Vinyl release of Sticks And Stones on Discogs. Label: Lo-Fidelity - LOFILP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Remastered, Repress Green/Yellow Split, Red/White Split • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Post Rock5/5(3).
  3. THE SEVENTY SEVENS - STICKS & STONES (*NEW-CD, , Broken) ***Factory Sealed. Shrinkwrap great - two very very tiny cracks in case on back tray. Tracklist 1 MT 2 Nowhere Else 3 This Is The Way Love Is 4 Perfect Blues 5 Don't This Way 6 You Walked In The Room 7 The Days To Come 8 The Loop 9 God Sends Quails 10 Love Without Dreams 11 Do It For Love.
  4. David Leonhardt joined in the early s. A live album and a compilation (Sticks and Stones) were released. Pray Naked was released in but the title was changed by the label, Word Records, to The Seventy Sevens. This was followed by Drowning with Land in Sight in
  5. Sticks and Stones, an Album by The Seventy Sevens. Released in on Broken (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Christian Rock.
  6. 4) Perfect Blues - This thing is a monster and rocks in a highly fundamental way. It sounds a bit like The Rolling Stones without the inebriation crossed with Jerry Lee Lewis minus the boogie-woogie. On paper that might sound like a recipe for sterility, but you have to hear it for yourself. A-Train, once again, murders behind the kit. 10//5(23).
  7. Sticks and Stones 77s fourth album to me was the pinnacle of the 77′s songwriting both musically and lyrically. The way Mike Rowe crafted a song became timeless and new with each listen. Now 15 years later it is still fresh because Mike could weave the classic rock and blues with a modern day indie flare that were stitched seamlessly together.
  8. - Wheaton, IL - The Seventy Sevens' early records garnered comparisons ranging from Echo and the Bunnymen to The Rolling Stones. "Sticks and Stones" captures the band's schizophrenia at its best.

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