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Sunday Afternoon by the Seattle-based instrumental soul groupTrue Loves is as sweet and carefree as the imagery provoked by it'svery title. The soul outfit's sophomore LP provides a soundtrackfor a block party that summons the entire neighborhood. From the zealous, up-tempo opening track "S.O.S" to the swagger-filled fanfare title track, you'll find yourself wandering down afamiliar road, noticing the scenery while relishing in curiosity.While every track can stand alone on the airwaves, 'SundayAfternoon' as a whole is a direct reflection of a band comprisedof seasoned musicians, all forces to be reckoned with, but largerthan life when together.
Sunday Afternoon by the Seattle-based instrumental soul groupTrue Loves is as sweet and carefree as the imagery provoked by it'svery title. The soul outfit's sophomore LP provides a soundtrackfor a block party that summons the entire neighborhood. From the zealous, up-tempo opening track "S.O.S" to the swagger-filled fanfare title track, you'll find yourself wandering down afamiliar road, noticing the scenery while relishing in curiosity.While every track can stand alone on the airwaves, 'SundayAfternoon' as a whole is a direct reflection of a band comprisedof seasoned musicians, all forces to be reckoned with, but largerthan life when together.
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Sunday Afternoon - Pink [Colored Vinyl] [180 Gram] (Pnk)
Artist: True Loves
Format: Vinyl
New: Available--will ship direct from our distributor $34.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. S.O.S
2. Object in Mirror
3. Did It Again
4. Robin's Revenge
5. First Impression
6. Yard Byrds
7. Sunday Afternoon
8. Kabuki
9. That's Good
10. Lavender

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Sunday Afternoon by the Seattle-based instrumental soul groupTrue Loves is as sweet and carefree as the imagery provoked by it'svery title. The soul outfit's sophomore LP provides a soundtrackfor a block party that summons the entire neighborhood. From the zealous, up-tempo opening track "S.O.S" to the swagger-filled fanfare title track, you'll find yourself wandering down afamiliar road, noticing the scenery while relishing in curiosity.While every track can stand alone on the airwaves, 'SundayAfternoon' as a whole is a direct reflection of a band comprisedof seasoned musicians, all forces to be reckoned with, but largerthan life when together.
        
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