Rock and Roll Circus Records, Madrid, Spain July 12, 2018 Pulling the listener into an album with a drum roll like the one at the beginning of Prisoner of War is not an easy task, nor is it within the reach of most common bands. Because the song hones in on the essence and heritage of bands like The Records, Blue Ash, or The Infidels, with top notch harmonies and a monumental sound from such a small chorus of voices, it manages to make your hair stand on end as if by magic. T
Onl y God can tune a 12-string Fireglo Rickenbacker. Try it sometime. Fiddle with an antique Ricky, really foul up the strings, then start over again … and again … and again. The Spindles don’t care. They’re perfectionists. They’ll take the time to get it right. The Spindles had all the time in the world to snug down their power pop sound for the recent CD/download release of Past and Present (available at CD Baby, KOOL KAT MUSIK, and Amazon). Nobody was chasing them.