Acoustic soul rock, that is.
Here are the liner notes.
Spy Love Box.
The Babylon B-Sides.
1. Spy (4:23)
2. Love (American Style) (3:33)
3. Box (5:33)
4. Harder (6:09)
5. Beatitude (5:28)
6. Julia (8:48)
7. Babylon (reprise) (2:21)
All songs by Bryan Thomas copyright 2004, 2005 Radical Plastical Music.
This collection of bootleg demos recorded in Bryan’s bedroom is the sequel to the Babylon album. Bryan sings and plays acoustic guitar. Jennifer plays electric guitar. Baby Z plays the bass guitar. Julia produced the album. Larry DeVivo mastered the album at Silvertone Mastering, Saratoga Springs, New York. Unlisted track #8 is “Out,” written for Jason Thomas’ short film In the Alley. Photography and design are by TheHiddenCity.com. Lyrics, notes and the music video for the song “Babylon” are online at bryanthomas.com. You should see them.
“Ye are the light of the world; a city that is set on a hill can not be hid… Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” Matthew 5:14 and 16.
SPY LOVE BOX. Copyright © 2005 WT3 Records. All rights reserved.
For Mommy and Daddy. Jason and Justyn. Cindy and Zoe.
Special thanks to Carl W. Liss, Ben Spillers, GoPicture Productions, Bionic Media, Tess’ Lark Tavern and cast and crew for the extraordinary video for “Babylon.” (So go see it already – it’s at bryanthomas.com.)
On a long drive back to Albany from Buffalo Wednesday night, I forced myself to listen to Babylon and Spy Love Box back to back.
And in a weird way, it all made perfect sense.
You’ve been warned.