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Paleface / One Big Party
Album:One Big Party Collection:General
Artist:Paleface Added:11/2010
Label:Ramseur Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-01-23 Pull Date:2011-03-27 
Week Ending:13 Mar6 Feb

 Recent Airplay
1.Mar 11, 2011:The Songsmith Show
Rock N Roll
2.Feb 03, 2011:The Independent Mind
Understand The Man

Album Review
Reviewed 2011-01-03 
PALEFACE "ONE BIG PARTY" -- Acoustic rock. Lightweight
Peter, Paul and Mary. Lots of strumming and simple vocals. Rather boring and repetitive, but has its moments.
Best Tracks: 5, 7, 9, 10, 4, 6. -- Sunshine January 2011

1) You Will Get What You Want -- Simple rock guitar chords. Upbeat. Happy.
2) She's So -- Talking about some girl. He's in love with "her". Foiksy. Lotsa strumming. Rather boring. I hear someone who reminds me of Jack Black!
** 3) One Big Party -- Female vocals. Pretty harmonies. Slightly haunting. Redundant.
*** 4) Rock N Roll -- Upbeat, chugga, chugga. Boys are back in town. Harmonize with girls. Piano adds a little something. Super lightweight Old School rock'n'roll. Very simple.
**** 5) Understand The Man -- Vocals are deeper-pitched and rhythm is more fun. Lyrics are cute. "I do what I want. I'm not trying to be cool. LaLaLaLa. . . ." Harmonica adds.
*** 6) Analyze It -- Mid tempo. Light psychological/philsophical banter. Message?
*** 7) You Gotta Move On -- Uptempo folksy, bluesy ditty. Kind of grabs you after awhile.
** 8) See You When The Sun Goes Down -- Country, folksy . . . almost player-piano feel.
*** 9) I Wanna Travel -- Slow. Riding horses back home at day's end. Raspy vocals. Harmony and harmonica.
*** 10) Kansas It's Not -- Acoustic guitar sound like the old auto-harp. Improves after awhile. Vocals and lyrics have some personality.

Track Listing
1.You Will Get What You Want 6.Analyze It
2.She's So 7.You Gotta Move On
3.One Big Party 8.See You When The Sun Goes Down
4.Rock N Roll 9.I Wanna Travel
5.Understand The Man 10.Kansas It's Not