Then you get to the second track, which retains the country tint but which adds horns that will remind you of an Ennio Morricone song or Johnny Cash's Ring of Fire. At that point, you know that you're not in for a run of the mill twangy alt-western album. Heck, just look at the picture above and you could guess that. (Is it just me or does the pair on the right look like Captain & Tennille? Come to think of it, the first track sounds like a Captain & Tennille song. Maybe they've reformed with some support?)
The album has some great harmonies and that 70's every thing's groovy kind of flow. Grab the record while you can and hold on to summer for as long as possible.
The Loose Salute - Death Club : Tuned to Love
The Loose Salute - Through the Stratosphere to the Bars : Tuned to Love
Ennio Morricone - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (Main Title) : A Fistful Of Film Music [Disc 1]
Captain & Tennille - Love Will Keep Us Together : Captain & Tennille's Greatest Hits