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Sharp, Matt / Puckett's Versus the Country B
Album:Puckett's Versus the Country B Collection:General
Artist:Sharp, Matt Added:09/2003
Label:In Music We Trust 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2003-12-29 Pull Date:2004-03-01 
Week Ending:8 Feb25 Jan11 Jan4 Jan

 Recent Airplay
1.Jun 11, 2004:Schools Out
Goodbye West Coast
4.Jan 21, 2004:In the Leaves
Visions of Anna
2.Feb 04, 2004:In the Leaves
Goodbye West Coast
5.Jan 07, 2004:In the Leaves
Goodbye West Coast
3.Jan 23, 2004:Discarded, Recycled, and New
Goodbye West Coast
6.Jan 06, 2004:Discarded, Recycled, and New
Goodbye West Coast

Album Review
Matt Mettler
Reviewed 2004-02-06 
Matt Sharp co-founded Weezer and made a lot of money, then quit, started the Rentals, quit, and then disappeared. I guess he moved to Nashville and tried to make music with more depth. These are rather simple songs – straightforward and pleasant. He is going for a stripped down organic sound, which is nice – there is clapping and steel guitar. In the last song you can hear some Weezer harmonies. He falls short for two reasons: the songs are not substantial musically or lyrically, and his rootsy approach is negated by the polished production. Yet they are not bad – they are just fine – just not very interesting. You have to admire a guy that quits Weezer at its height and releases an album laced with steel guitar.
- Matt M.

1. * Down tempo – mellow - Acoustic strumming, pretty piano backing. Sort of a sing along.
2. Mid-tempo - steel guitar, dips into minor keys. Clapping. Meanders, not sure it deserves to be five minutes long.
3. Ballad – Piano, slow, dragging rhythm. Steel guitar is amped out to sound spacey. This one meanders past six minutes. “Visions of Johanna” is better.
4. Mid-tempo – serious homage to Dylan’s lyrical poetry. Loses steam after a promising start.

Track Listing
1.Goodbye West Coast 3.Visions of Anna
2.Some Come Running Through 4.Hey, What You Gonna Do?