Robert Ellis Orrall “467 Surf And Gun Club” CD and CASSETTE
$9.00

  • Robert Ellis Orrall “467 Surf And Gun Club” CD and CASSETTE
  • Robert Ellis Orrall “467 Surf And Gun Club” CD and CASSETTE
  • Robert Ellis Orrall “467 Surf And Gun Club” CD and CASSETTE

Robert Ellis Orrall “467 Surf And Gun Club” CD and CASSETTE
$9.00

For a limited time, CD is just $9 with free 467 Sticker and Membership Cards for the first 100 orders.
And now available on Cassette, limited edition of 100.
BOTH INCLUDE A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD!

JOHN HIATT: “Very sophisticated and relentlessly appealing sunny SoCal folk pop a la Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks, the guys who invented it. Fully realized. Absolutely joyful.” AMERICAN SONGWRITER: ”The melodies, counter melodies, and killer performances constitute a unique blend of ‘60s-pop-meets-modern-indie songwriting. With brilliant Beach Boys-esque arrangements (and harmonies), a tenderhearted storyline comparing the life of a songwriter to the life of a bartender, and a genuine sense of earnestness that is hard to find these days, the album is a delightful and touching listen.” MICHAEL MCDONALD: Robert Ellis Orrall is a composer who always says something we need to hear. In that way he remains relevant and timeless. His latest offering is no less.” GLIDE: The music throughout the record has the same vibe as Andrew Gold, Brian Wilson or latter career Elvis Costello, confident, comfortable and relaxed with nothing to prove and ultimately satisfying from start to finish. The first instinct on the closing notes of the (final) track is to immediately to go back to the beginning and listen to the album all over again.” JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD: “Melodic, colorful, emotional.  A fun and bubbly trip through our dad’s cosmic mind”. TREBLE: “Good times are back in style,” he sings on fifth track, “Sunshine”. And that is exactly what the album as a whole seems to emulate: Happiness. Joy. 467 Surf and Gun Club reminds us of the good times—like singing along to the songs you remember from country radio when you were young.” BEEHIVE CANDY: “The summertime-ready single “Sunshine” is every bit as nostalgic as it is catchy-as-hell.” DADDY ISSUES: “REO has proved once again that he’s one of the best songwriters in Nashville. This album encapsulates the warm nostalgia of summers spent with friends at 467.” NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES: If the walls of a punk clubhouse could talk, they’d sound like this. Mixing Beach Boys-esque pop with East-Nasty nostalgia, Robert Ellis Orrall eulogizes the HQ of Infinity Cat records – which he founded and launched bands like JEFF the Brotherhood. Witness the big bang of Nashville’s DIY scene. MACARTHUR: “Pure pop for all people” DIARRHEA PLANET: “If there’s been a better record to come out of Nashville in the past few years let us know, cause we haven’t heard it”


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