Friday, August 1, 2008

The Blacktop Cadence

This is The Blacktop Cadence. I feel that they deserve recognition for the wonderful music that they provided in the past. If you are a fan of Hot water music then you will love these songs. Please try and find the albums and support your local scene. There had been rumor that they were getting back together to write more songs but that is just that a rumor. This is all that this musicians have given the world thus far. To Jack Bailey, Heather Parker, George Rebelo, and Chris Wollard thank you for this great music.

http://www.mediafire.com/?klqpuvbtqrb

9 comments:

Jason said...

I can't extract the file for some reason. It seems to be corrupted or something.

.Music For The Working Man. said...

i have downloaded the file on two different computers, both a mac and a pc and i have been able to open both of them and play both of them on each computer. If i had to say something was wrong i dont think it is the file. Sorry for the inconvenience but try to download again and see if you zipper will open it again without problems. if push comes to shove give me your email address and i will see what i can do for you.

Jason said...

I figured it out. It was my download accelerator. It was corrupting the file. I got it now.
I love the guitar and drums. The vocals are lacking though. He doesn't sing much and when he does, it's really quiet, hard to hear, and course.
I think my favorite would have to be "Slowstep".

gabbagabbahey said...

part of the beauty of Blacktop Cadence I always think is the lack of singing. I mean, he has a great voice when he does sing, but they keep it instrumental most of the time which works really well.

Jeff said...

I would also like to thank Lisa Molinaro (Check out Portland's Talkdemonic). Lisa provided the viola in "Slowstep", "Sinker", and "Unlucky" which I think make the tracks! Lisa is a wonderful person and a very talented musician... can't leave her out of any praise having to do with The Blacktop Cadence!

Jeff said...
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Jeff said...

I would also like to thank Lisa Molinaro (Check out Portland's Talkdemonic). Lisa provided the viola in "Slowstep", "Sinker", and "Unlucky" which I think make the tracks! Lisa is a wonderful person and a very talented musician... can't leave her out of any praise having to do with The Blacktop Cadence!

Jeff said...

I would also like to thank Lisa Molinaro (Check out Portland's Talkdemonic). Lisa provided the viola in "Slowstep", "Sinker", and "Unlucky" which I think make the tracks! Lisa is a wonderful person and a very talented musician... can't leave her out of any praise having to do with The Blacktop Cadence!

Jeff said...

I would also like to thank Lisa Molinaro (Check out Portland's Talkdemonic). Lisa provided the viola in "Slowstep", "Sinker", and "Unlucky" which I think make the tracks! Lisa is a wonderful person and a very talented musician... can't leave her out of any praise having to do with The Blacktop Cadence!