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Wide Mouth Mason - No Bad Days flac album

Performer: Wide Mouth Mason
Title: No Bad Days
Relesed: 2011
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 514
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Wide Mouth Mason is a Canadian blues-based rock band, consisting of Shaun Verreault (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Safwan Javed (Percussion, Backing Vocals), and Gordie Johnson (Bass, Backing Vocals). Former bassist Earl Pereira was also co-founder of Wide Mouth Mason. The band hails from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and has been active since 1995. Wide Mouth Mason took its name from the jar of the same name, and independently released its first album, The Nazarene in 1996.

BPM Profile No Bad Days. Album starts at 97BPM, ends at 126BPM (+29), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Wide Mouth Mason. Shot Down Satellites.

Wide Mouth Mason is Shaun Verreault and Safwan Javed. And all good things, they say, never last. 20 hrs ·. Howlin’ Wolf was born this day in 1910 And we’ll never see another like him again. 6 January ·. Sv: This Howlin Wolf tune has been my theme song all day, on this, my birthday eve (my daughter/guitar decorator dubbed it that) albeit with this lyric tweak

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Sadly I only found out about this album in 2016, but this is pound for pound one of the best albums i have heard in relation to a complete entity. The thing i like about WMM is the same reason why i like Soundgarden, each album is kind of its own thing. By that i mean you can easily tell what album any of their songs are from. But let's get back to No Bad Days. They began writing the album with original bassist Earl and when he left the band they finished it with Gordie on bass. The intentional idea to have it be as organic as it could paid off handsomely. 1 guitar, 1 amp, little to no overdubs and it still sounds polished but not over-produced. The spacing of the album works very well. The first 4 tracks are terrific blues-rockers and then the following 3 tracks are the "ballads" and then the album plays out very similar to the first 4. By only doing a few takes of each song while recording, there are some really raw vocals from Shaun not heard very much on their previous albums. In particular, on "Only a secret if you keep it", Shaun sings the lyric "It's a lie if you hide it" and his voice is strained but the passion of it is spectacular. On a number of the songs there are multiple solos, which impresses me the most because Shaun can absolutely go off, but he isn't playing anything similar. ie; i don't get confused as to which song i'm listening to because of familiarity. Safwan is a terrific percussionist and that has always been the case throughout their career, so when Shaun is shredding, there's always a good foundation going on in the background and doesn't seem redundant. In keeping with that theme of rhythm, Gordie is an absolute pleasure to listen to. It would be easy to just focus on the guitar, but i often find myself focusing on his bass work during the solos because Gordie isn't there just to fill out the sound, he adds a ton of personality.Earlier i referred to a few ballads which i could also deem the pretty songs of the album. Drive, Shut up and kiss me, and Sweet little thing drip with pop sensibility but with maturity. These aren't songs i may have liked as much back in my teenage years, but through my progression of musical interests over the years, i can enjoy these just as much as the heavier material and that is amazing songsmanship. Nothing is perfect however. There are some lyrical themes that have repeated from other albums. One example is the lyric from More of it "The only thing better than a good thing is more of it" which is very similar to the lyric "Once you got it you can't get enough" from the album Stew. Perhaps the way "The night fell" ends might drone on too long. "Burn it down" is probably the weakest song of the whole set.I honestly can't say enough about the quality of this album. It definitely should be revered among the greatest Canadian rock albums ever written. The maturity of their sound, the complexity without studio wizardry should be an inspiration to anyone.

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