Gospelbeach: Jam Jam

Gospelbeach SKU: 41508978
Gospelbeach: Jam Jam

Gospelbeach: Jam Jam

Gospelbeach SKU: 41508978

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $22.98

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Title: Jam Jam
Artist: Gospelbeach
Label: Curation Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 850014131197
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. As Gospelbeach continues to work on the follow-up to their third and most successful studio album Let It Burn (2019) they are back to raise the vibrations and celebrate the good times with a little detour through the past. With the founding of Curation Records Chief Curator and Gospelbeach leader Brent Rademaker found himself surrounded by a room of over 1,200 60s/70s Glam Rock/Bubble Gum/Sunshine and Power Pop 45s owned by his record label partners. Back in Mono Deluxe studios with his Gospelbeach brother Jonny Niemann at the production controls they enlisted the well-seasoned and in-demand rhythm section of Bob Glaub and Don Heffington that had worked with their dear departed guitarist Neal Casal on his solo albums as well as Los Angeles heroes Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne, Don Henley, Lone Justice and even Sprinsgteen and Dylan.


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