SeaDick’s Best Albums of 2016: St. Paul and the Broken Bones — Sea of Noise


First, a note to my friend and fellow degen Pipes.  No I don’t have to rate my albums.  If you want to rate your albums then you know what to do — START YOUR OWN DAMN LIST. Of course it will be filled with 80’s hair metal bands and Bon Jovi greatest hit’s albums, but that’s a story for a different post.  See IJ’s  Keep Going post for a flavor.  End of rant.

Today’s album is a blues, jazz, rock, gospel, pop, coastal/southern beach music melange by St. Paul and the Broken Bones.

The horns alone will keep you coming back for more and I defy you not to put Sanctify on regular repeat.

The Bones live show is great as well.  Consummate showmen.  They are touring so check them out if you can.

SeaDick out.

2 thoughts on “SeaDick’s Best Albums of 2016: St. Paul and the Broken Bones — Sea of Noise

  1. Ok, don’t rank them then. Your choice. But, if you don’t rank them, the presumption is that you are posting them IN ORDER, starting with the best. That is known.

    “If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice.” – Rush


  2. AND ANOTHER THING! I ranked my FINGERS in the exact ORDER I was willing to lose them!! If I am willing to lose a finger, the least you could do is rank your damn songs that no one has ever heard of in order. Christ. Is it me? It’s him, right?


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