Artist: Ashley Monroe
Producer: Espionage; Butch Walker...
Distributor: Sony Music Entertainment
Notes: Personnel: Pat Monahan (vocals); Jimmy Stafford (guitar); Jerry Becker (keyboards); Scott Underwood (drums). Audio Mixer: Mark Endert . Recording information: Big Game Lodge; Clatter & Din; Flux Studios; Hyde Street; Integrated Studios; LowSwing; MSR Recording Studios; Peaceful Waters Music; Quayside Studios; Ruby Red Studios; Tiny Telephone. Editor: Stewart Whitmore. Photographer: Pamela Littky. Train's sixth studio album was produced by Butch Walker and the Norwegian songwriting and production duo Espionage, who were responsible for the band's award-winning 2010 hit "Hey Soul Sister." Preceded by the first single, "Drive By," California 37 hits the streets in April 2012.
Rolling Stone (p.73) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "For an impeccably crafted pop-rock record, Train's sixth LP is surprisingly deranged....It's all catchy enough to keep you listening, slack-jawed."
The origins of Train's widescreen, Americana-tinged rock lay in the coffeehouse acoustic duo that singer/songwriter Pat Monahan inaugurated with guitarist Rob Hotchkiss after the two left the L.A. band the Apostles. Eventually they expanded to a full band and released their first album themselves before it was picked up for wider distribution. Though initially a sleeper, it slowly produced a couple of hits, and the 2001 followup DROPS OF JUPITER broke Train through to full-fledged star status with its grandiloquent title track.
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