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Talbot Adams- S/T LP ~PREACHER'S KIDS!

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Talbot Adams- S/T LP.  You know Talbot Adams from his previous stints in a number of bands: The Royal Pendletons, The Darkest Hours, Preacher's Kids, The Jenny Jeans, Dutch Masters, The Checkmates, and The Black and Whites. Talbot has played on recordings for Goner, Norton, Shattered, DMR and Spacecase Records. Adams has been lucky enough to play with members of The Oblivians, The Gories and The Neckbones. I felt that Talbot really did his thing right with his last 7", and he continues in the same Southern-style garagey pop tradition here. Think poppy rock n'roll with echoes of Nick Lowe, Elvis Costello, a little bit of little bit of Flying Nun scree ala The Chills and the Bats with a very gentlemanly Memphis/Mississippi songwriting style.

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