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You Don't Know Me
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m3uThe Weber Brothers -Exhibition 2007 ADD
Dirty Water Blues
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m3uThe Weber Brothers - Lost and Found 2004ADD
Mists of Time
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m3uThe Weber Brothers - Bare as Bones 2005ADD
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The Weber Brothers

Rock/Rockabilly/Rock & Roll

Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
member since: Apr 19, 2004

Introduction

"The Weber Brothers have a highly diverse sound. The range of genres on their new CD, 149 Lake Street, is not only wide, the talent these two brothers display portraying those sounds is quite simply astounding... The latent skill of these two brothers is highly in evidence across the entire disc. Influences abound on these 25 tracks, new country/pop sounds, a la Wilco are found along side older influences that bring The Band and Eric Clapton to mind. Even a intriguing ode to Motown is to be had here. Love Keeps Escaping/I Want to Follow You is filled with rocking guitar riffs and a howling vocal that errs on the tuneful side of desparate. Elsewhere, a sort of Vegas showmanship makes an appearence on Diana (love beneath the grape vines). This tune highlights the fluid piano play along side a band in full swing." J.Macklin Examiner

"I hate the Weber brothers. Granted, it's a hatred totally based on jealousy, but it's one any self-respecting music fan can appreciate. Just shy of 25, the two brothers are living a rock 'n' roll reality that's better than most folks' rock star fantasies...They've almost finished the follow-up to their independently released debut, 149 Lake Street, and have added a horn section, broadening their musical horizons. Recorded in three hours, 149 Lake Street captures the spirit and sound of the boys' mentors in the Band, so much so that you'd think another reel of the Basement Tapes had been unearthed. The new songs, while similar, boast tighter arrangements, and there's a newfound confidence in Ryan's vocals and Sam's riffs." Brent Rayner- NOW magazine