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In the fall of 2007 Frank Carillo and the Bandoleros entered Millbrook Studios in upstate New York and teamed with producer/engineer Paul Orofino, who also produced the debut CD entilted "Bad Out There." Also, at Blue Cat Studios in San Antonio, Texas, legendary keyboard player Augie Meyers (Bob Dylan, Sir Douglas Quintet, John Hammond, Texas Tornados) added his distinctive keyboard talents to four songs. The result is the remarkable new CD, Someday. Someday demonstrates Frank Carillo's knack for combining potent songs and stirring performances, resulting in a disc that radiates with the values of traditional heartland, blue collar Alt. Country/Roots-Rock


Guitarist Frank Carillo's storied resume includes songwriting, recording, stints and jams with everyone from Led Zeppelin and Bad Company to Carly Simon, Twiggy and Golden Earring. Following up 2005's "Bad Out There," "Someday" is about as good as Americana gets. And if there's such a thing as a classic American voice, Carillo's got it. With just enough Springsteen (Don Dixon?) grit, he reels off everyman stories ("Lucky if You Can Breathe," "The Blue Room") and plaintive boogie-ballads ("Someday") with ease and élan. His songs are mature and tuneful, and he easily spins tales that conjure up vivid images: the opening "Roll the Bones" is an old-fashioned, minor-keyed tale of love and money while "The Way Out" offers timeless thoughts on life - and a fine guitar solo. On the punchy "Somebody Poisoned the Well," Carillo's voice brings to mind UK pub rocker Graham Parker, while he adds an edge to the song with spot-on slide guitar. If the sound of '70s rock permeates the tracks (the twin leads on "Don't Get Sammy Started") it has more to do with Carillo's old school honesty than any kind of contrived retro feel. --Michael Lipton - Charleston Gazette Charleston, WV - March 27, 2008

Way back before I was a mere twinkle in the milkman s roving eye, Frank Carillo was writing songs about such milkmen types and their manly, cowboy adventures - roaming the free land, laying a hat down and calling it home etc etc. Fast forward thirty-five years to present day and he s at it again with his Bandoleros and their 2008 album Someday. This ll surely take your Dad back to his youth, or at least the youth he darn well wishes he d had. Let me paint you a picture; virile, Bourbon swilling man o the land , lives a rootless existence, (perhaps wakes up under desert sun with a sore head, a taste of blood in his mouth, next to a dehydrated horse), and sings in heartfelt biographical format about his current days in search for that sweet, small town girl he left behind. Though for all I may joke, it bodes well to recognise that Carillo is somewhat of a musical veteran and has made a career out of bluesy, country tales of (mid-life crisis) woe and this may be what you re looking for. He s well within his genre and if you re a little bit country , this album is a good choice, (and just a tip; Gotta Be You is a great one if you re planning a line dance). --Helen Foley-NRAC-Gateshead, England-March 14, 2008

New Yorker Frank Carillo has been round the block a time or two. He's played guitar with Peter Frampton, toured with Tom Petty, written songs with Carly Simon and penned a hit for Joan Jett. He's appeared in a Meg Ryan movie, recorded with Golden Earring, toured with John Hammond, played sessions with Twiggy - and he just happens to number Led Zeppelin among his celebrity fans. Thirty years after his debut solo album, he's now playing rough and ready rock and roll with a bar-room band, and writing wordy songs that recall the early best of Bruce Springsteen, no less. Both Lucky If You Can Breathe and Somebody Poisoned The Well particularly nod to the Boss's Jersey jaunts, the latter a close cousin of Blinded By The Light with Carillo's gravelly vocal to the fore. Someday is joyous boogie driven by blues harp, acoustic and bottleneck guitars, while Don't Get Sammy Started does the same with the amps cranked up, just like Lowell George used to do. The rabble-rousing Everything Changes is something The Pogues would have a ball with, Gotta Be You is down and dirty rock'n'roll, and Eastern Time gives John Hiatt a run for his money. When he strips things back, The Way Out will delight anyone who was into Dire Straits when they were playing pubs, and finalé Glass Heroes is a fragile treat. This isn't fashionable or glamorous - just honest to goodness songwriting. Get acquainted with Someday soon. --Paul Cole - Sunday Mercury - Birmingham, England - February 14, 2008

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 18, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Jezebel Records, Inc.
  • ASIN: B0012TS5NC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #592,208 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Veteran rocker Frank Carillo crafted an overlooked recording that most folks missed hearing. "Someday" conveys poignant tales of loss, love, wandering, pondering, and living--the standard fodder of thoughtful songwriters--played with polished grace and recorded impeccably.

His crack band, the Bandoleros features percussionist Norman Deltufo, drummer Eddie Seville, upright bassist Karl Allweir, and Andrew Carillo (Frank's brother) on guitars plus keyboardist Augie Myers on about half the tracks. These fellows sound like they have been playing together for a few decades.

Frank Carillo, it turns out, actually has been playing, albeit in supporting roles, for a few decades, doing time with folks ranging from Peter Frampton to John Hammond, and others, and penning songs for folks such as Joan Jett, Carly Simon, and Golden Earring, jamming with Led Zeppelin.

None of which prepares one for the roots-infused set of tunes on "Someday." I have my favorites here--notably Roll the Bones, Someday, Somebody Poisoned the Well, and The Way Out--but the overall shelf life of some songs seems a bit less.
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By Cassiopeia on August 19, 2009
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I can listen to this CD all the way through and thoroughly enjoy myself. Carillo has the best voice and the instrumentals are amazing. I always find myself dancing in one way or another when I listen to this Cd. I might also add it makes great cooking music! Finally, some bands have great vocals, or great instrumentals and just plain sucky lyrics--not this one. Lyrics are soulful, thought-provoking and inspiring.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. C Clark VINE VOICE on August 3, 2010
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I bought this knowing nothing of the artist but a lot about one of the great reviewers. However, he's wrong on this one. I found this utterly ignorable. A poor man's Tom Petty (and I don't like the rich man's Tom either) delivers formulaic and forgettable music. I just could not care. I tried, but I had actually forgotten all about it until Amazon prompted me to review it. Gone without a trace.......
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