“A throwback to the late-sixties, early-seventies generation of past
poets… when records ruled the world! Just when all hope was lost in the
current wave of radio-brainwash, Jim Peters hits hard and heavy with
lyrics and a sound reminiscent of Bob Weir meets Leonard Cohen… puts
the “G” back in GROOVY in songs like “As It Turns Out,” “I Wanna Be,”
and “Patches and Flashes”; Rob Walker’s delicate sounds in “Spirit
Alley” reincarnate the soul of John Lennon; Ben Peters offers hope and
truth in his lyrics echoing the sounds of David Gilmour and Jorma
Kaukonen in “To See Her Cry,” “The Pale,” and “A Song To Sing,” while
adding color and solos of a forgotten generation, and Tim Koch sets a
steady tempo with purposeful crashes throughout the entire album.”
BUY OUR MUSIC BELOW. Click on the arrow to left of a song title to hear
a sample. Buy songs by clicking the "0.99" button to the right of a
song and checking out (the shopping cart in the upper left). Buy the
album (for a discount) by clicking the "all tracks" button at the
bottom and checking out. Thanks!
Check out our myspace.com/spiritalley -
it has an uncut copy of "As It Turns Out"!
Reverbnation.com/spiritalley has uncut versions of "As It Turns Out", "Aztec", and "The Pale"!
FROM THE VAULT OF GUITARS WE OWN, HERE ARE SOME.
picture, Rob is playing his 1969 Hummingbird. It has a real
hummingbird carved into the pickguard. Can't get that anymore. Sounds
great. We love it.
Jim is playing a sweet 80's Fender Metal Stratocaster.
Ben is handling a fairly new Les Paul Studio. We think it's one of the best Les Paul models ever put out.
is Rob's 1967 Fender Telecaster, which he got because this radio guy we
knew owed him a hundred dollars, didn't have the money, and offered Rob
"this guitar instead." This guitar is now worth many thousands of
dollars - and it knows a few songs, too. Sweet, huh?