Talbot Adams Takes Europe & Canada by Car

June 9, 2013 at 9:20 pm | Posted in 7 inch, Psychedelic Pop | 2 Comments
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I loved Talbot Adams‘ single that came out on Douchemaster almost three years ago. It was an understated affair that had elements of Guided by Voices and Simon and Garfunkel. After the break-up up his  garage rock/power pop band the Black and Whites, Adams decided to go completely solo, writing and recording everything himself. He also dialed down the volume and sweat a little and recorded a set of acoustic based psychedelic pop.

Space Case records has just released two more fruits of Adam’s solo effort that acts as kind of a travel log. The A-side Red Diamonds finds the singer traveling across Canada and reminiscing about secret spots he’s come across in the great white north. Not Even Europe goes to the old world rhyming the sights in verse as he attempts to forget a bad relationship. His phrasing and slightly English singing accent brings to mind the Moles’ Richard Davies. No doubt, this is classic pop on par with some of the greats.

If you are not the record buying type you can get an entire album of Talbot Adams’ songs called Weekend that contains both songs from his new single, a couple from his previous one and a few more over at his bandcamp page.

stream: Talbot Adams – Red Diamonds (from the new Space Case 7″)

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  1. Thank you for the kind review. Talbot’s an incredible songwriter and we’re grateful to have worked with him. Awesome blog you have here. All the best, Mor @ Spacecase Records.

  2. Thanks Toby!!!!
    Thanks Mor!!!


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