Beau Jennings And The Tigers
People In This Town
Black Mesa Records
Indie AM Radio style rock n roll from the American tradition brings Beau Jennings and The Tigers to their latest single. Following from last year’s Heavy Light album, this latest track pushes back the wilderness for one more stride forward. Based on a small suburban bar in Norman, Oklahoma, the music addresses the sometimes taken for granted and overlooked lives that are just as important as anyone else’s. In a place where sports, religion, and a tough attitude makes people who they are, understanding the ropes can help us to understand the reasons and the causes of the issues of the day. He’s just 42, which is 6 months older than me, and this style of music brings a mature and wiser than years sense to the scene with deep reflectivity on social life.
Crackles of static and warming up sounds raise the spirit of the song and it stands up with a jolt. Keyboards, bass, drums, and guitar add a ingle that leads into a vocal and drum focus. As the first verse progresses, the band revs up once more to bring the melody and harmony with surges of major key. A one-two drum beat makes a foot-tapping feel take hold as the rock n roll vocal melody rises with breezy motifs. The music gathers pace with each new pass and as we collect the gains the chorus becomes a set-piece for crowd participation. Clapping, singing along, and bobbing up and down can all be found in this jolly and classic rock style little number.
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