The Explorers Club hopes for its sophomore album, Grand Hotel, are pretty ambitious to undertake, if it weren't for the fact that the South Carolina sextet had already gone a long way toward accomplishing it on their debut album Freedom Wind…"quite remarkable" (USA Today). Grand Hotel puts the band with producer/mixing engineer Mark Linett, known work on the re-issues of the Beach Boys' Smile and Pet Sounds. The songs, recall the likes Herb Alpert jamming with psychedelic bands…the music of a James Bond flick…Roy Orbison, Neil Diamond records… the most upbeat 4 Seasons or Grass Roots hits.
2.Run Run Run
6.Go For You
7.Any Little Way
8.It’s No Use
10.I’ve Been Waiting
3.Summer Days,Summer Nights
14.Weight Of The World
15.Open The Door
$ 20.00 USD
The fourth album by Nashville-based Sunshine Pop band.
This twelve-song-set is the band’s boldest work to date, breaking sonic barriers while maintaining lush melodies and artistic influences.
Key tracks include: “Ruby,” “Look To The Horizon,” “One Drop Of Rain,” “Somewhere Else”
Three previous albums: “Freedom Wind” (2008), “Grand Hotel” (2012), and “Together” (2016)Early critical acclaim led to placements in film, television, and advertising, as well as favorable press in both print and online
Musically adjacent to successful pop artists from the 1960s, 70s like The Beach Boys, Turtles, Association, Grass Roots...
The brainchild of Charleston, SC native Jason Brewer, the only constant “member” of The Explorers Club over the band’s lifespan Brewer re-unites with Freedom Wind and Grand Hotel producer, Matt Goldman (Copeland, Underoath, Smalltown Poets, etc)
New contributors to this incarnation of The Explorers Club include Shane Tutmarc (Dolour, Sean Nelson) and Austin, TX-based songwriter, Will Courtney. A songwriting partnership with Emeen Zarookian, Mike Williamson, and vocal contributions from former Explorers Club member Wally Reddington return Brewer, Tutmarc, and Goldman recorded most of the album in Nashville, at Columbia’s legendary Studio A. Additional work was done at Gem City Studios on the Tennessee/Kentucky border.
2.One Drop Of Rain
3.Love So Fine
9.Say You Will
12.Look To The Horizon
$ 20.00 USD
Exquisite set of cover songs by Nashville-based Sunshine Pop band, “The Explorers Club”.
Ten-song-set is chock full of hits, misses, and other delights from the 1960s.
The album features guest vocals by former Barenaked Ladies frontman Steven Page, and Drive-By Truckers member, Jay Gonzalez.
Three previous albums: “Freedom Wind” (2008), “Grand Hotel” (2012) and “Together” (2016), and of course their “self-titled” album (2020) which is being released around the same time as “To Sing And Be Born Again”
The brainchild of Charleston, SC native Jason Brewer, the only constant “member” of The Explorers Club over the band’s lifespan
Brewer re-unites with Freedom Wind and Grand Hotel producer, Matt Goldman (Copeland, Underoath, Smalltown Poets, etc)
New contributors to this set include Shane Tutmarc (Dolour, Sean Nelson,) Page and Gonzalez, as well as vocals from former Explorers Club member Wally Reddington and past contributor Brian Langan, Brewer, Tutmarc, and Goldman recorded most of the album in Nashville, at Columbia’s legendary Studio A. Additional work was done at Gem City Studios on the Tennessee/Kentucky border.
Songs include huge pop hits originally recorded by The Turtles (“She’d Rather Be With Me,”) Manfred Mann, (the Bob Dylan penned “Mighty Quinn,” Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart (“I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight”) Herb Alpert (“This Guy’s In Love With You”) and Paul Revere and the Raiders (“Kicks.)
Rarities and lesser-known songs from Three Dog Night’s Danny Hutton, New England-based Orpheus, The Zombies, The Lovin’ Spoonful, and The Walker Brothers round out the set.
1.I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonite
2.She’d Rather Be With Me
3.Roses And Rainbows
5.The Mighty Quinn(QuinnTheEskimo)
6.Maybe After He’s Gone
7.Can’t Find The Time
8.Didn’t Want To Have To Do it
9.This Guy’s In Love With You
10.The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore
$ 20.00 USD
The Explorers Club mark their return with 'Together', the quintet's third album of harmony-laden sounds. Hot off the heels of 'Freedom Wind', their first release which showcased their Beach Boys influences, and the triumphant follow-up 'Grand Hotel', an exploration of Classic soft pop ideals, 'Together' is sure to be the soundtrack for Summer 2016. Jason Brewer, founder, and visionary of the band, has patterned the album in the mold of post-Pet Sounds Beach Boys classics such as 'Friends', 'Sunflower', and 'Love You' while adding his own unique touches and flourishes of inspiration with his bandmates. Listeners can expect exquisite harmonies, tight musicianship, flowing melodies, and gorgeous vocals. Standout tracks include the modern sunshine doo-wop of 'California's Calling Ya', the bouncy pop of 'Once In A While', and the contemplative 'Quietly'. 'Together' is a must for fans of well-crafted pop music.
3.Once In A While
9.No Strings Attached
10.Don't Waste Her Time
11.Before I'm Gone
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