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R E V O L U T I O N
a handful of songs about our times volume 2

:: Buy the new album - 10 Euro
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Download two tracks (mp3 format) from the new cd:
Tell me
Workin' days
Gimme a Revolution


 

The wish of the revolution, the continuity of the species, that’s the essence of rock’n’roll history. Being true to this way and trying to turn over the rules: coherent in their choices, chaotic in their solutions, happy with their ideas, relentless against clichès Groovers are testing on their own skin the “evolution theory”: from a genuine, straightforward rock’n’roll band they has turned gradually to an assorted ensemble of musicians, came together around two men: Michele Anelli (guitarist, singer and songwriter) and Evasio Muraro (from Settore Out, bass and backing vocals). Changes in their line-up didn’t modify their songwriting: Groovers come from a long tradition, that one which starts from Woody Guthrie, Barbara Dane it passes through Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen and arrives to Clash and Billy Bragg and (why not?) Hoodoo Gurus...: all those artists that feel rock’n’roll music as the last chance for talking about road, freedom and rebellion. Instead their sound makes an essential change: nobody wants to waste away into the same old rules and Groovers, as their name suggests, are naturally inclined to innovation. It was like this way in the past and now it becomes a truth with the new record, REVOLUTION - A Handful of Songs About Our Times Volume 2, on the way to Wilco, BRMC and Eels alternative-rock and past lessons from Beach Boys and Velvet Underground.



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