Level [2009]

Level [2009]

by Eli Young Band

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/13/2009
Label: Universal South
UPC: 0602517943704
catalogNumber: 001247702
Rank: 175858

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Eli Young Band   Primary Artist
Chris Thompson   Percussion,Drums,Group Member
James Young   Background Vocals
Milo Deering   Pedal Steel Guitar,Guest Appearance
Tommy Young   Hammond Organ,Guest Appearance
James "Jockey" Young   Guitar,Background Vocals,Group Member
Erik Herbst   Guitar,Guest Appearance
Jon Jones   Bass Guitar,Background Vocals,Group Member
Mike Eli   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Vince Barnhart   Vocals,Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Eli Young Band   Composer
Erik Herbst   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
JJ Lester   Audio Production

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Level [2005] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
They are such a great band. The songs are great too!! Way to go guys! Love yall!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Playing Time – 44:14 -- The sonic alchemy of the Eli Young Band transforms an eclectic variety of music influences into their own high-grade gold. The Texas band is poised to build their legion of fans. “Small Town Kid,” is a ballad about having a simple story, being driven by rock & honky-tonk music & needing nothing more than a good-looking lady, a truck & some occasional whiskey or tequilla. All twelve songs on “Level” are originals written by the band. Hailing from Denton, Texas, the quartet has the potential to make some significant impact on the alt-country rock market. Their material addresses some common themes -- love, heartache, pain, loss & desperation. Circumspect, yet still deliberate, each song seems to take a life of its own. Many are full of sadness or despair, & I wouldn’t mind hearing a few more happy, uplifting songs from them. "When It Rains" suggests that if you “start out depressed then everything comes as a pleasant surprise.” The title cut has a catchy melodic guitar riff & snappy bass line as Eli sings “waiting on life to level, waiting on something stable, maybe soon I’ll be able, to rest my head again.” Their most engaging & reflective songs are “Highways & Broken Hearts” & “Bottom Line.” The band writes, arranges & presents music that will especially appeal widely to a younger demographic that is looking for thoughtful messages in their non-mainstream listening. Recent music I’ve heard from the Texas and Oklahoma region often has a rebellious, almost defiant, flavor. This band will definitely turn some heads. Let’s hope that their songs are distinctive & provocative enough to land them a few lasting hits. They're enroute to the big time. (Joe Ross, Roseburg, OR.)