Similar in instrumentation to Jackopierce and musicality to From Good Homes, Boulder, CO's Acoustic Junction is only a decent combination of the two.
Love It for What It Is is their 1991 debut album.
The sound quality is only OK, and the lyrics are often mundane. Acoustic Junstion has a good jam band/HORDE vibe. Love It for What It Is sounds like an apologist's title, but for a local band's first record, the music is fine, just not outstanding. Like many other bands, their musicianship exceeds their writing chops.
|Desire / Stewart Lewis Foehl||Acoustic Junction||3:50|
|Hole in the Sky||Acoustic Junction||3:59|
|Build a Road / Reed Foehl||Acoustic Junction||3:44|
|Colors Inside / Stewart Lewis Foehl||Acoustic Junction||4:11|
|Bombay Bound / Marc Singer||Acoustic Junction||3:09|
|Where, Oh Where? / Reed Foehl||Acoustic Junction||3:18|
|Do What You Do||Acoustic Junction||4:03|
|Penny for Your Thoughts / Reed Foehl||Acoustic Junction||3:24|
|Shape of Things to Come||Acoustic Junction||3:19|
|One Creation / Stewart Lewis Foehl||Acoustic Junction||3:40|
|Faith Inside / Reed Foehl||Acoustic Junction||3:39|
|Time / Reed Foehl||Acoustic Junction||5:18|