“INTO THE GREAT BEYOND”
“THE SUNDOGS CRACK THE ‘CODE’ TO AN AWESOME CLASSIC ROCK AND JAZZ FUSION ALBUM…….make sure to stream it…. You won’t regret it.” – AudibleAddixion.com ★★★★★
“SUNDOGS RELEASE VIBRANT AND VERSATILE RECORD ….They have no limit…..they are wielders of grandness.” – NewSickMusic.com
“Great songs, brilliantly produced and played.” – NoHoArtsDistrict.com
“Like a classic rock’s greatest hits compilation.” – theFarSightedblog.com
“The instrumentation and musicians are phenomenal.” – ThatMusicMag.com
“Vocals on ‘Freedom’ really make it soar…..aided by the help of Alan White’s (YES) propulsive drumming.” – Music-News.com
“Everything on this album is expertly played and enjoyable. …..this act is equally skilled at writing literate lyrics…… It’s that good.” – AntiMusic.com
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The Sundogs are a Seattle based band formed by Stan Snow and Jed Moffitt. Stan Snow has just released a new solo album “Into the Great Beyond”. He is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, producer, engineer and filmmaker. In recent years Stan and Jed have released 4 albums together and 48 videos with the Sundogs. Stan has recorded with Alan White (Yes, John Lennon), Abe Laboriel Jr. (Paul McCartney), Lyle Workman (Sting, Beck), Valerie Pinkston (Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston), Larry Goldings (James Taylor), Gregg Bissonette (Ringo Starr), Ben Smith (Heart), Keb’ Mo’ and many others.
“Into the Great Beyond”
Into the Great Beyond is an adventure in sonic and lyrical landscapes. There are 12 songs on the album. Mostly Indie Rock and Americana, but with other styles brought in as needed. The musicianship includes Stan Snow, Abe Laboriel Jr. (Paul McCartney), Valerie Pinkston (Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston), Lyle Workman (Sting, Beck), and Ben Smith (Heart) among others.
Each song is different. All songs were written and recorded in the order they appear on the album. “I wrote each song to satisfy the music fan within.” Snow said. “After I finished writing each tune, I would ask myself – ‘what do I want to hear now?’…..and I would write the next tune based on what I was hearing in my head.”
The transition from each song to the next is almost like a concept album. Each track is like a movement in a suite or symphony. But instead of it being classical and/or instrumental, there are lyrics to every song.
There are songs about Ukraine (Insanity Repeats), Covid/suvivalism (Chemical Fallacy), money laundering and drug running (Into the Great Beyond)….songs about the people we have lost (Gone Too Fast), hanging in there (Try), cheaters (Trouble), being present (Now), new relationships (Fight), being vulnerable (Guard), mind games (Jungle), dealing with challenging times (Change), and navigating transitions in life (Seasons).
Snow said “this is my best work so far. I’ve had great fun creating, recording and filming everything. Hopefully, that shows in the finished product”.
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