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Arianna Stonewater
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New Albums with a Different Sound

Postby Arianna Stonewater » Fri Oct 21, 2016 6:30 pm

One of my favorite bands, Jamestown Revival, just came out with their new album, The Education Of A Wandering Man. Its much more country than their previous folksy-blue albums before.

I find i'm always excited for bands to give me more music, but many of the bands with more than one album tend to change the style of their music for each album. Many times this reflects the parts of life that songwriter is going through at the time, sometimes its just bands trying something new (like the Bee Gees, who were originally a Beatlesque act that delved into psychedelic and folk rock before hitting those high notes and becoming the disco duo we remember today).

What are some of your favorite bands that have switched genres, even if its only for an album or two?
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Re: New Albums with a Different Sound

Postby Marie Dark » Sun Sep 24, 2017 4:36 pm

Ok.... this aging me... but when Madonna changed her style from 80's to (who knows what) the 90's.... that she jumped all over the musical spectrum from Dance to pop to Disco then to Sultry and then back to pop/Dance..... I basically went along for the ride like everyone else did.... lol
My other band is Depeche Mode and their sounds changed recently but not too much... but now that the Lead singer Dave Gahanna has a daughter Stella Rose, performing along side.... it's actually a really good sound.
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