“Smooth Jazz” is so depressing I can hardly stand it.
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The trio has come to form Queen Moo, a band that has been playing shows for about a year now, and released a not-quite album, “Incomplete”, which was exactly what it sounds like.
Of course, it wouldn’t be in the guys’ nature to not have a single tear jerker on the record. “Smooth Jazz” is so depressing I can hardly stand it. I can’t help but have my eyes well up when I hear the beginning notes.
Compared to the original, I prefer this version. It’s so much more raw and pure, and though you could say that about any of the band’s music, this version is just so much more beautiful to me. It’s lovely.
Also, that man can shred on the guitar; he’s such a well-rounded musician, which could be said for all of them, making these boys at the forefront of the CT scene, to me. The pushing and dancing around during their set was incredibly fun
“I grew proud to be a part of my local scene. This band has a ridiculous amount of potential and I know that they’re going to just continue growing- to be able to have just seen them in their living room before they get massively popular is really freakin’ cool.”