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Early Morning Shakes

February 4, 2014

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 4, 2014
  • Release Date: February 4, 2014
  • Label: Wiggy Thump Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2014 Wiggy Thump Records
  • Total Length: 52:35
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  • ASIN: B00HYEFHVC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #837 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Pure clean music!
peterbilt
If you like southern rock/country, this is your band.
Lee Wesley
This band just gets better with every album.
Andy

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bill Turner on May 7, 2014
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As a radio guy, I look for creative groups and Whiskey Myers fits the bill. In fact, I have all 3 CDs. Granted their first CD was a nice quality release where Whisky Myers showed their talent and found their style. The second release had a great variety of more seasoned songs including Bar Guitar and Honky Tonk Crowd.

With the third CD, you can tell Whiskey Myers has followed the trends of the crowd, vying for that Southern Rock feel of Bar, Guitar and Honky Tonk Crowd. The do offer some variety but it is not as substantial as their second CD. You get creative melodies, interesting musical twists and such and even a couple of deep songs like "Where The Sun Don't Shine".

My only negative is I would like to see more of the variety found on the second CD but I understand when a certain sound is currently defining you, you gotta dance with the one that brought you. I think CD #4 might offer a bit more variety. I waver between a 4 and 5 on this and must give a 5 because of the band's refusal to do cookie cutter music.

Meanwhile, this CD is sure a good one and will certainly set the stage for more gigs, bigger ventures, more fans and a more secure musical future for some hard working and talented guys. When you think creative and interesting musical roads to travel, Whiskey Myers is paving that highway as they go. So, grab this, crank it up, rip off the knob and fasten your seat belt for a fun ride down their musical highway
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By morgan0331 on February 4, 2014
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This is their 3rd CD and it's just as great as the other two. It has a good mix of songs,and if all you want to do after a long day is kick back, have a drink and listen to some great music; then I highly recommend on buying Early Morning Shakes. If you ever get a chance to see them live you won't be disappointed.
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By Willee on October 15, 2014
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Compared to their previous albums these boys stretched themselves and definitely took some chances but I believe it payed off. They are not afraid to pay homage to their influences and I think they do it in a positive way. Some say it's a rip off of Zeppelin but it's one riff in a song that doesn't even sound like a Zeppelin song. In other songs they sound like Marshall Tucker, others have Johnny Cash drum beats, harmonies like Skynyrd, etc. In this day and age these boys are refreshing and they are without a doubt an awesome live band. I'll be interested to see if country radio outside of the Republic of Texas plays the only true country song from the album "Shelter From The Rain". Just sit back and listen to the album, if you like southern country rock you won't be disappointed.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Todd S. on March 9, 2014
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I like this CD. However... I think this one has a little less meat on the bone. Don't get me wrong... there are some really good tunes on this release, but it's not quite as strong as their last one. I'm still letting it sink into my brain though. You know how that goes...

One thing that I did find a little odd was the almost deliberate use of the riff from Led Zeppelin's Hearbreaker on the second track. Though I appreciate the influence, they use it through the entire song and it's rather blatant.

OK... now that I'm done ripping them ;-) They're still a great band, and I'll continue to follow them as a big fan.
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I love Fire Water and found this album to be a fitting follow-up. The writing and playing shows the growth of the band. The only downside of this album is that more people are not hip to it. In a world where we are saturated with self-proclaimed "musical geniuses" it's great to hear real music coming from real people.
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By Ben Throckmorton on May 18, 2014
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Was looking for some "Red dirt country sound and came across this. Fits in quite nicely with my collection! Going to check out more for Whiskey Myers!
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The difference between Road of Life and Firewater was remarkable. They say you get your whole life to write your first album, but it seemed to me they just had to get RoL outta the way to make Firewater..that album rocks! With this release you can tell they've put more effort into songwriting than simply hammering out rockers. While there is plenty of what we love about the band, they've added more depth to their songs (keyboards/background vocals) without changing their style (except "Lightning" which sounds a lot lime The Black Crowes "Walk Believer Walk"). Bottom line, Whiskey Myers is growing up.
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Bluesy country with a modern beat. This is an album that is enjoyable on first listen but then simply gets better over time. There is a great variety of pace across the tracks and a soulfully gravelly quality to the lyrics. In terms if ither artists they are maybe closest to the Zac Brown Band crossed with Edward and the magnetic zeros.

This album is definitely in my top 10
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