Catch 22 - Keasbey Nights (Cover Artwork)

Catch 22

Catch 22: Keasbey Nights

Keasbey Nights (1998)

Victory


5
This is the best cd from Catch 22! Catchy songs that combine jazzy ska with power punk. All the songs are great to listen to, with awsome horns, and amazing bass lines. One of the things that makes Catch 22 stand out from other ska bands is their unique style of combining the horns with the guitar a...

This is the best cd from Catch 22! Catchy songs that combine jazzy ska with power punk. All the songs are great to listen to, with awsome horns, and amazing bass lines. One of the things that makes Catch 22 stand out from other ska bands is their unique style of combining the horns with the guitar and bass lines. While many other ska bands have more of a poppy sound, where the horns just follow the faster guitar riffs, Catch 22's horn section takes on a life of it's own. Keasbey Nights stays far from the poppy-ness of Reel Big Fish or Less Than Jake, and pulls off more of a bluesy, jazzy type sound. This uniqueness, makes Keasbey Nights one of the best ska albums ever. Even if you are not into ska or the music on the cd you will agree that the musical talent presented by the band is amazing all in itself. The highlights on the album are "Dear Sergio" "Keasbey Nights" "On and On and On" and " As The Footsteps Die Out Forever."