Stoney Joe are inspired by the great expanses of Western Australia and bring their modern outlook to country music, all with a respectful nod to the past. Spanning great swathes of musical territory from the Morricone-esque opening ‘A Man’ to the dreamy, electronic-infused title track, the band delivers when it comes to good old fashioned hoedown as in ‘Goin down to Freo’ and ‘Land is Green’. While ‘Four Weeks On’ is a keenly crafted ode to the fly-in fly-out mining culture of the North West.
This is a most interesting and unique debut. Humorous in part but never cheesy. All the while the subtle electronica inexplicably sits comfortably within the mix, almost by chance but perhaps testament to the production skills at hand. Being mastered in Nashville, Tennessee may have helped give this release its air of authenticity, but it’s hard to tell.
Brown Bread And Rice is an album where every listen rewards the listener more. So listen... and listen again.
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Other tracks by Stoney Joe: Invisible Line - Land Is Green
|Number Of People In Act||4 Piece|
|State/Territory Artist Is Based In||WA|
|City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In||Perth|
|Taken From The Release Titled||Brown Bread And Rice|
|Copyright Holder's Name||Head Records|
|Media Servicing Date||2012-04-03|
|Genre 2||Alternative Country|
|Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners||No|
|Artist Official Web Site||http://www.headrecords.com/brownbreadandrice|
|Artist Social Network Page||http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stoney-Joe/178261798876047|
|Online Store Page 1||http://www.headrecords.com/cms-head-records/brown-bread-and-rice-stoney-joe.phps|
|Online Store Page 2|
|Content Provider||Head Records|