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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arena Rock
  • ASIN: B003D0ZN8I
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,325 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6. Longest Century
7. Stay With Me
8. Broken Little Man
9. Rise
10. Still [#]
11. Familiar Places [Demo Version]
12. Stay With Me [Demo Version]
13. Broken Little Man [Demo Version]
14. Still [Demo Version]
15. Bus Stop [Live]

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This is a re-issue of the band's 1989 one and only major label album. Produced by Lenny Kaye (Patti Smith Group). A lost Americana classic. 'Resounds with echoes of Neil Young, Pete Townshend, and Phil Ochs, haunting melodies, and dazzling guitar by Mike Carlucci. A must-own for anyone who ever cared about any of those three influences.' -All Music Guide

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Briggs on February 21, 2013
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I'm totally biased and have no shame in admitting it.
Winter Hours is one of my favorite bands of all time, and their
music, more than 20 years on from when I first heard them on college
radio in NY, still means as much to me now as it did then. I first heard
the song "Hyacinth Girl" on WNYU FM in 1985 or so and it stopped me
literally in my tracks. As for this later album and the band's major label
debut, at first I didn't know what to make of some of the perhaps, more
"straightforward" directions they took on this album, which was recorded for
Chrysalis at the time, but now I regard it as every bit the classic that their earlier LPs and EPs were.

I recall calling Chrysalis at the time and they (I'll give them this much credit, but not much
more) sent me a review copy of the cassette, which I promptly reviewed for my college
newspaper at NYIT on Long Island, a review which was reasonably well-received even
though I fear most of the student body there was somewhat brain-dead to good music, at the time. Winter Hours had
some bad luck and record company difficulties that led to their original breakup, and also
more recently have suffered an even greater tragedy that I'd rather not even go into,
and it's not my place to do so.

If you value great rock and roll music and great power pop/folk rock/roots rock
and a rock and roll record that will transport you out of mundane reality and into
a higher, greater plane of existence, you cannot go wrong buying this fantastic
reissue of a fantastic and eternally great album. This is how a reissue/remaster
should be done and it was executed with tender, loving care.
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I am a big, big fan of this album. It's in my rotation for whenever I need a lift. The songs are great, and the musicianship is awesome. That this band didn't break big was a shame, mostly due to lack of support from the label. Another music industry tragedy. Buy this album. It won't let you down.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Timothy W. Wilson on June 14, 2010
This CD christenend my home in 1991. Winter Hours was one of a handful of bands that beat REM hands down but never got the airplay and popularity. This major release was different from what they came out with in thier indie records, which introduced me to them, but it was quickly captivating and welcome in my world. Every song is a winner.
Roadside Flowers pulls you in and doesn't let go. Masterful lyrics. Carpenters Square same thing.
I cannot wait to hear it digitally enhanced. It is hard to say the band should have been popular because it is the luck of the draw with a music industry known for putting out a new artist and not promoting them. It happened to a number of bands in the Boston area from where I converted from a more commercial WBCN to WFNX where Winter Hours was a staple in thier airplay. Nirvana and the Seattle scene were waiting in the wings as well.

Nothing takes away the merits of this CD and the great band known as Winter Hours. If I can turn on some people to what great music they might have missed 20 years ago, I need look no further than this release.
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