Swag - CatchAll (2000) (Full Album HQ) - Video
PUBLISHED:  Apr 03, 2016
Swag's debut Album "CatchAll". Released by Yep Roc Records, 2000. No Copyright Intended.

---Track List---
1. Lone - 0:00
2. I'll Get By - 2:03
3. Near Perfect Smile - 5:19
4. Please Don't Tell Her - 7:15
5. When She Awoke - 9:43
6. Louise - 13:44
7. Different Girl - 16:35
8. You - 19:46
9. Eight - 23:49
10. Dear Trixie - 26:14
11. Ride - 28:57
12. She's Deceiving - 32:55

Genres: Power Pop, Pop Rock.

Robert Reynolds - guitar, vocals (1,3,8,12), kitchen sink
Jerry Dale McFadden - keyboards, vocals (4,6,10,11)
Scotty Huff - guitar, horns, vocals (7)
Doug Powell - guitar, vocals (2,5)
Ken Coomer - drums, percussion, vocals (9)
Tom Petersson - bass
Brad Jones - producer


A great Power Pop album released in 2001. Full of 60s and 70s influences. This album is an influence reminisce of The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Zombies, The Kinks, Cheap Trick, and many more from the Pop Rock Heaven Ground.

SWAG was originally conceived by keyboardist Jerry Dale McFadden and guitarist Robert Reynolds while touring together with The Mavericks. Over thousands of miles and countless hours, they shared their mutual love of pop music and the concept of a utopian pop-rock band. SWAG was to be a project without musical confines where members would come and go as their schedules permitted. The first songs were born on that tour bus and in countless hotels throughout the US.
Once back home in Nashville, a recording session was booked and the two called some of their favorite players, who also happened to be their closest friends. It was during these sessions that drummer Ken Coomer (from Wilco) joined the group, and soon after solo artist/guitarist Doug Powell.

Getting all of the SWAG members together was challenging at times, but not for a lack of desire. Between 1996 and 2001, SWAG was able to create and release music, as well as perform a few live dates around Nashville, even if it was on a limited scale. Staying true to their utopian ideals, they still invited friends to join in whenever possible. Guests over the years have included Rick Neilson and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick, Paul Deakin of the Mavericks, Bill Lloyd, and Brad Jones. Brad has produced all of the recordings, as well as the first full-length SWAG album, ‘Catch-all’ (2001). Doug, Jerry Dale, Ken and Robert share on all the vocals, as well as trading off instrumental duties. Special appearances on this album include: Bill Lloyd (guitar and vocals), Mavericks horn player Scotty Huff (vocals, trumpet, and guitar), and Kenny Vaughn (guitar). ‘Catch-all’ compiles four previously released tracks with eight new songs and is available on CD and limited edition vinyl LP.

‘Catch-all’ embodies both the fun-loving nature of SWAG and their amazing combined songwriting skills. Brit Pop meets punk in this mix of tunes so hummable they’re honestly addictive. ‘Catch-all’ is a love poem to ‘60s pop and garage rock and elements of The Zombies, Kinks, Beach Boys and even Cheap Trick are found in these songs. Even with this derivation it’s pulled together into a sound that’s uniquely and irrefutably SWAG.
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