Saturday, August 13, 2011

Jay Psaros – On Up the Road REVIEW

On Up the Road is what good summer music is all about. Without any of the pretentious cookie cutter sound of a lot of groups today vying for the top spot on summer living radio, Jay Psaros starts the first track with a sweet groove that continues throughout the twelve tracks to conclude with the stunning Tipping and Turning that begs a listener to restart and listen to the album again.

I’ve been excited about Psaros’s music since hearing his first album Tripping and Running and immediately falling for the fresh air in music that it provided. I’m a big fan of jam bands so I have naturally gravitated to the sweet jams that both of these albums exhibit. Psaros fits right next to bands like Phish, Widespread Panic, Jackie Greene, and Rusted Root.

This is the kind of music that makes a person want to take off their shoes and dance barefoot on the grass – preferably at an outdoor concert listening to one of Psaros’s sweet tunes.

Album Rating: 4.25 / 5

Review by: Mark.HaTe

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Jay Psaros - Waiting to Let Go by PlanetaryOnlinePR

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