Travis combine the brit-pop guitar bombast with the melodies and hooks of the Kinks, topped off with stellar Steve Lillywhite production
For our latest episode, Tim makes a pick from his favorites-of-the-past archive: 1997's Good Feeling, the debut album by Travis. Combining the brit-pop guitar bombast of Oasis with the melodies and hooks of The Beatles and Kinks, topped off with stellar production thanks to Steve Lillywhite, Good Feeling failed to connect with audiences, something their sophomore release The Man Who did thanks to multiple hit singles. Hopefully Travis fans discovered Good Feeling on their own, if not, that's why we're here - to sing the praises of an overlooked gem.
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