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"Hydroplane CD Review"

Hydroplane, which consists of Laural Davis (lead vocals, bass, vocals); Jennifer Davis(drums, percussion, vocals); and Johnny Corcoran (lead guitars, bass, vocals), have just released their self-titled, twelve song CD. This Zeppelin-esque San Diego trio brings a distinctive sound to the local music scene, one that is evocative of the late '60s and early '70s. That's not particularly surprising, given that the band is quick to list as its influences iconic Age of Aquarius outfits as the Beatles, Hendrix, Zeppelin, etc.
"Soul Bear", the lead track on the ablum, was rewarded with airplay on the local college radio stations immediately upon release, and is maintaining popularity among listeners. It is a well thought-out song defined by a lopping, catchy beat.
Overall, the reamainder of the album sounds akin to Janis Joplin sitting in on a set with the Grateful Dead. Listen to it and just try not to tie-dye your T-shirt, or break out a lava lamp, or dramatically alter your mom's brownie recipe. Incense and Peppermint never smelled so good. - SLAMM Magazine, Gregory Haganah

"Sexy And Loud at The Jumping Turtle"

San Diego's own Hydroplane, a trio made up of two sisters and a longhair (dude) on guitar for good measure. Laural Davis (bass & Vocals) and sister Jennifer (drums & Backing Vocals) pounded out a driving set of originals and two covers. "The Ocean" from Led Zeppelin and Heart's "Barracuda." You gotta have balls to pull that off and they did with flying colors, fingers and drumsticks! Yes, the guns making up Jennifer's arms were a little intimidating, especially if you're a sensitive guy. Jennifer is HOT, as well as Laurel but with killer pipes she did Anne Wilson better than Anne Wilson. - All Access Magazine


Hydroplane I--recieved airplay for songs "Did You Get Yours" and "Soul Bear" as well as the hip-mix "Squeeze Box"
Hydroplane II Dog Man--airplay for title track and "Wake Up Every Day"
Hydroplane III-airplay for "Poilitcs" and "Why Do I Wait"
Hydroplane IV-Hydromusic-college airplay for "Mudshadow" and "Where Are You Now"



In the town of Bremerton, Washington, Laural and Jennnifer Davis turned down the lights in the duplex they shared with their father. Laural grabbed a guitar and Jen grabbed a couple of wooden spoons. They performed their first gig as Hydroplane...in front of their fireplace and thier dachsund. Seeing as how they were already life-long musicians, why not? The Davis sisters had been speaking music since they were born, their parents both professional musicians. Fast-forward to the future in Oceanside, California, Mira Costa College, They met Johnny Corcoran in school. They had all been in other bands and loved the same music. Their influences were similar...Zeppelin, Hendrix, Beatles, Heart, Soundgarden, Police, Van Halen...so they formed their own band. Their sound is definately classic rock oriented, but with a twist, since Laural has a powerful yet feminine voice, Jen is able to sing great harmonies while playing like Bonham or Stuart Copleland, and Johnny is able to play in a Hendrix or Page style with a funky uniqueness. You can't really classify Hydroplane because the sound of eastern melodies mixes with hard rock and is topped off with a classic sound.