saturday looks good to me
"For the past five years, Saturday Looks Good to Me has been releasing irresistible pop nuggets that magically bridge the gaps between the Beach Boys and Jesus and Mary Chain, Motown and the Happy Mondays, and Phil Spector and My Bloody Valentine"
--Delusions of Adequacy
Betty Marie Barnes (photo by Grambo)
If you've read this blog from the beginning, you know I'm a huge fan of Detroit's Saturday Looks Good To Me. The band's new release, Sound on Sound, is an outstanding collection of "12 EPs, 7-inches, singles, and tour CDs, all limited, sold-out and highly sought after by fans", and is a perfect introduction for those not familiar with the band's '60's AM radio sound.
Here are a couple songs from Sound on Sound. If you like these, I can highly recommend purchasing the album here, or downloading it with your 50 Free Download Trial Offer from eMusic.
Saturday Looks Good To Me Lift Me Up mp3
Saturday Looks Good To Me Can't Ever Sleep mp3
bonus: (not on the album)
Saturday Looks Good To Me Meet Me by the Water mp3
read Delusions of Adequacy's full review of Sound on Sound here