Ocean Colour Scene – Moseley Shoals

25 10 2010

Listened: Tuesday October 5

It’s getting to be a frequent refrain, but Moseley Shoals was another cheap album purchase that sat around unlistened until a couple of years ago. Upon finally listening, though, I loved it. They’re kind of a modern Led Zeppelin in style with their bombastic, testosterone stomp.

I recall listening to this while driving and parking in Northside (Berkeley) for a concert at the Greek. I love it when music sticks to relatively mundane events like that. It always makes me think of Northside at twilight.



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30 08 2011
Stereophonics – Just Enough Education To Perform « Emily's Albums A to Z

[…] the gravelly working class voice, I’m not sure. It also reminds me of the retro sounds of Ocean Colour Scene, who were active at the same time. Eco World Content From Across The Internet. Featured on […]

1 09 2011
Heartless Bastards – The Mountain « Emily's Albums A to Z

[…] Wennerstrom is, but on The Mountain, she is quite simply a badass. Fitting that this review follows Ocean Colour Scene, because I’d use the same descriptors I used there for this album: bombastic, testosterone […]

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