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1 review »The other night I watched this well good Imagine documentary about this guy who does mental dancing teaching the wonderful Juliette Binoche to dance in like three hours before they do this big performance thing in front of loads of people dressed up all posh and sipping sherry. They had a few laughs and a little bit of heartache along the way, watched by Yentob with a finger on the chin of his per ... »

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Red Favourite by Red Favorite
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 17 October 2008
The other night I watched this well good Imagine documentary about this guy who does mental dancing teaching the wonderful Juliette Binoche to dance in like three hours before they do this big performance thing in front of loads of people dressed up all posh and sipping sherry. They had a few laughs and a little bit of heartache along the way, watched by Yentob with a finger on the chin of his perpetually interested face. Just once I'd like to see it cut from an avant-garde interpretive dance performance back to him with his head in his hands mouthing 'Oh, for fuck's sake'. If he was listening to this ehorseymous Red Favourite LP on Drag City though, he probably wouldn't. That's because it's very very lovely like flowers and that light layer of fluff on a ladies' neck. Made up of tracks recorded between 1996 and 2003, the majority are instrumental guitar workouts in the vein of a more forest-folky John Fahey or a less cosmic James Blackshaw.. It's gonna appeal to people who're into all that sort of mischief. It also reminds me quite a lot of that Masaki Batoh and Elena Espvall LP Drag City put out a few months back, minus the vocals. Proper wispy mystical floatyness that I highly recommend!

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