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South Broadway Athletic Club
  • Artist: The Bottle Rockets
  • Label: Bloodshot Records
  • UPC: 744302022710
  • Item #: 1528611X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 10/2/2015
  • Rank: 107722
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South Broadway Athletic Club on LP

Limited vinyl LP pressing. The Bottle Rockets brand of populist, Midwestern, brawny rock n roll is a sound so effortless, it's easy to take their craft for granted; a sound so universal, yet unmistakably The Bottle Rockets. They've crushed rowdy Friday night crowds, convinced sitting audiences to get on their feet, and pulled weary festival onlookers across muddy fields to the front of the stage. With their 12th album, South Broadway Athletic Club, the quartet gives a master class in capturing the beauty of everyday life, and painting a portrait of ongoing hope. South Broadway Athletic Club is an album full of new experiences for the band. Although they again worked with longtime producer Eric Roscoe Ambel (of Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, The Del-Lords, The Yayhoos) it was the first time the group recorded a full album in their hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Working at Sawhorse Studios, it was also the first time they scheduled sessions in batches over several months, allowing the songs - and the whole album - to fully breathe and unfold. The extended songwriting process not only allowed a gestation period for the music, but also created the opportunity for a new musical collaboration with the Nashville hit-songwriting family The Henningsens, resulting in the song Something Good. These fresh directions helped focus the band's creativity and energy throughout the recording sessions, adding further dimension to the album.