Four Blocks to Hennepin
the get go, Minneapolis-based Terramara’s Four
Blocks to Hennepin conjures up late ‘70s pop nostalgia.
The kind of music the period’s heyday produced through
bands like Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers, and the Atlanta
Rhythm Section. The period where jazz and fusion made inroads
in the rock music scene.
playing on this album is very tight: crisp guitar leads,
compelling bass lines, choice keyboard fills, steady drumming
and warm vocals. The songs are extremely accessible to
a wide range of listeners, and if the LA-sound of the late
comes back in vogue, each and every one of these songs
could become a chart topper.
Track: Track 5, “Invisible People”
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