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Susan Van Dongen of the Princeton Packet writes:
...Lazlo's contagious grooves, rich harmonies, and subtle songwriting are great reasons to be into this band. Their sound has been described as "ethereal country" and "new folk rock," but the music defies a single category.
Deb Cooperman of US1 writes:
..Offering up a blend of immensely listenable alternative-country tunes, the four members of Lazlo could easily be the offspring of Neil Young, and Emmy Lou Harris, Wilco and Lucinda Williams, or Shawn Colvin and Michael Stipe...
Melissa Yercov of the Trend writes:
...How would you describe music that doesn't fit into any genre? It's not quite indie rock, but close; not exactly folk, but similar in some ways. Maybe try adding some country, a little rock, three harmony vocals, a saxophone and steel guitar, and you might have some idea what the local band lazlo is all about...
1781 Brunswick Ave
3120 Penn Ave
1121 Hwy 12
Jon Thompson-(songwriter)lead vocals, guitar, saxophone, and clarinet
Andy Keenan-guitars, backing vocals, lap steel, dobra, pedal steel, melodica and harmonica
J.P. Wasiko-drums and percussion
Keith Snyder-bass and backing vocals
Shannon Sanderson-backing vocals and lead vocal on "pink and blue"
Joe Ashlar-piano, Hammond b3, and Wurlitzer
Jesse Honig-drums and percussion on "it's not easy"
Tracks 1,2,4,5,6,7 were recorded at Retromedia Studios in Red Bank, N.J.
Engineered by Paul Ritchie
Tracks 3,8 were recorded at Miriam Studios in Manayunk, PA
Engineered by Jesse Honig
Mastered by West Westside Music
Engineered by Alan Douches
Asst. Engineer-Kim Dumas
Album Design by Rob Gibbs
Photography by Jon Thompson
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3. It's Not Easy
4. Golden Age
5. Pink and Blue
6. Thousand Failures
7. Far Away From Gone