Limbeck was an alternative country band, with pop-punk roots, hailing from Orange County, California.
Originating in Laguna Niguel, California, Limbeck featured Robb MacLean on lead vocals and guitar, Patrick Carrie guitar and backing vocals, Justin Entsminger on bass, and Jon Phillip, who replaced Matthew Stephens on drums in 2005. The band's name comes from the (misspelled) name of a character on the television show Charles in Charge, Buddy Lembeck. The group claimed to be influenced by Fleetwood Mac, Wilco, The Beach Boys, Tom Petty, Ryan Adams, Beck, ELO, Big Star, Queen, The Replacements, The Beatles, Old 97's and The Flying Burrito Brothers.
While classified as indie rock due to their relatively small niche in Southern California, the band's musical style has also been described as alternative country music. Their style has been likened to that of Old 97's, Ryan Adams, and Teenage Fanclub. TheirЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Connection [28.03.2000, макси-сингл]
- This Chapter Is Called Titles [23.01.2001, альбом]
- Hey, Everything's Fine [17.06.2003, альбом]
- Hi, Everything's Great [17.06.2003, альбом]
- Motion City Soundtrack / Limbeck [2004, макси-сингл]
- Let Me Come Home [2005, альбом]
- Limbeck [10.04.2007, альбом]
- Hey, Everything Is Fine
- Daytrotter Session [24.10.2007]
- The Delicacy of Living Modestly [27.01.2008, сборник]
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