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Lovely single of the week has to be this seasonal split 7" on Paw Tracks. The first side what I am playing on my Phonograph emitter is by Drawlings - Rings' Abie Porter with assistance of Animal collective's Dave Portner - called 'Wolfie's Christmas'. It's a bizarre twinklesome waltz of a tune complete with horse neighings, sleigh bells and a very slightly wonky female lullaby voice and it's j ...

7" £3.49 PAW25

Ltd xmas single on Paw Tracks. inc Antony Hegarty and Animal Collective and Mum folks. Edn of 300.

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Be Good To Earth This Season by Reverend Green/Drawlings
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 04 December 2008
Lovely single of the week has to be this seasonal split 7" on Paw Tracks. The first side what I am playing on my Phonograph emitter is by Drawlings - Rings' Abie Porter with assistance of Animal collective's Dave Portner - called 'Wolfie's Christmas'. It's a bizarre twinklesome waltz of a tune complete with horse neighings, sleigh bells and a very slightly wonky female lullaby voice and it's just charmed my hessian thong right off my spotty arse. I'd marry this girl, even if she were a slavering troll, with an angelic voice like that. The run out groove is better than some of the Raster Noton stuff. It actually makes me wanna go sledging, and as it's snowing today, I may go tell old Philthy wet-boss over there to go stuff his silly job up his damp posterior. Except, I need to check Reverend Green & Antony & Kria Breekan on t' other side. 'Be Good to Earth This Season' sounds like it's been filched out of a bin, on a slightly damp reel to reel tape or a gently warped 45. Crackles, church bells and a sample of some old cracked 78, spliced together by the power of digital persuasion to create a magical lullaby worthy of a Nancy & Lee comparison. Now, this is the work of Brad Truax, Antony Hagerty & of course one of the Múm sisters. Once again, the run out groove is like top wood saw techno

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