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Poppy Nosh


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"Power Pop"

One of the best power pop albums I've heard this (year) is Poppy Nosh's We Turn On.
This one's co-produced by Mitch Easter and reminds me of the Spongetones on some tracks.
Beatles influence throughout the album, especially from mid-60's George Harrison. Good stuff.
Jedi - Metacritic

"Pop Overthrow"

"These guys prove that the Spongetones aren't
the only band from North Carolina that does Beatle stylings the right way. Unlike their compatriots
the Spongetones, Poppy Nosh delves into '70s-era Lennon and Harrisonisms, but keeps things
interesting by adding other elements to the Beatle foreground!" - David Bash

"We Turn On cd"

The boys continue that "Beatle-ism" vibe, both instrumentally and
vocally, on this one as well! The vocals on "Paperboy" sound like Pye Hastings of Caravan!
And that's a good thing! EXCELLENT!!! - Kool Kat Musik

"Poppy Nosh - We Turn On"

It`s been six years since their last album but Poppy Nosh have returned with We Turn On.
Co-Produced with Mitch Easter, Poppy Nosh, thankfully, does not let their obsessions with
mid-to-late era Beatles obsessions disappear, but along with those, they bring some new
influences to this release, their strongest. What are those? Well, a few will make the intelligent,
well-informed Not Lamer rejoice: The Vinyl Kings, Martin Newell, The Breetles amongst them, but
refrains of solo George Harrison`s early 70`s material pops up here and there along side plenty
of Badfinger and the laid-back charms of Travelin` Wilburys. It`s a full on melange of sounds and
instruments captured in songs presented as mini-epics. A breezy and creative pop porridge
w/ whimsical, laid back hooks and melodies all over the place...Extremely Highly Recommended!
- Bruce Brodeen


1997 - "In The Garden" CD
1999 - "Sour Apples" CD
2006 - "We Turn On" CD


Feeling a bit camera shy


Everyone tends to hear a heavy Beatle influence, although we don't consciously try to sound like them. It's Pop Rock with keyboards. Other influencences include Steely Dan, 10cc, Supertramp.