Saul Glennon | British Garage Invasion

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British Garage Invasion

by Saul Glennon

A combination of 60's style hot rod/surf pop mixed in with the first British Invasion.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. Vega full of love
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2. Looking for some waves
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3. Excuse me baby, sugar
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4. This time, let's fly
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5. Dan Y's van
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6. Paul Johnston, 95
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7. Five-minute window
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8. British garage invasion
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9. Tonight. Yeah!
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10. The deal you got
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11. Mr. Uptight jogger
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12. Factory trained technician
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13. I saw Lisa tonight
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14. Therapy addiction
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Album Notes
"British Garage Invasion, Saul Glennons' fourth album, comes in at the top of the heap of local releases for the year 2001. Whether writing about a spin through the old neighborhood ("Dan Y's Van") or romancing a potential love interest ("This Time, Let's Fly"), Rugan inflects his songs with an optimism that provides a pleasant distraction from the upheaval currently shaping our lives. The sharp hooks in "Paul Johnston, 95," "Five Minute Window," and "The Deal You Got," a duet with Dakota Floyd's Sorca McGrath, have just as much raw energy as the music of the Byrds, the Who, and the Creation, Saul Glennon's obvious antecedents. As a sad footnote, group mascot Gordon D., the lovable golden retriever after whom its label is named, passed away shortly before the album's release."

- From the October 11th 2001 Scene Magazine

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