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“(from full article) "Sands' sweet piano- and organ-playing tends to put a country-rock sheen on everything it touches — and some of the songwriting fits with that. ("El Dorado" could be straight out of The Band's catalog.) Coronado hasn't given up the pop songwriting that characterized its first release, but it has, it seems, started to find its sound on the new EP."”
"But more importantly, this debut album proves that Coronado is more than just a pool hall band whose discography consists solely of under produced live albums. Instead they provide a crisp, new take on a classic sound, without coming off as another garage band imitation. Certainly $5 well spent via their Bandcamp page."
“Coronado- at the Park House. Fuggin' great!”
“A respectable first release from these relative newcomers: A self-professed Harry Nilsson fandom is evident, but there are also nods to sprawling folk-rock a la The Band (or maybe that's just the organ talking) and opiate-influenced shoegaze. Not every song is a keeper, but on the whole this is the kind of debut record that does what it's supposed to: makes me want to see this band live.”