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- A Little More Havren Hamilton Please by June & The Exit Wounds
7/10 Penrith Steve 27th March 2015
“A Little More Haven Hamilton, Please” is a nice little album and was originally released in 1999. It is pleasantly melodic and hugely influenced by the early ‘70s output of Beach Boys, June & The Exit Wounds even covered “Only With You” from the Beach Boys 1973 album, “Holland” for the Brian Wilson tribute album, “Caroline Now!”. This album does however, lack a nutty creative genius at its core. The opening track, which is also the album’s best, “How Much I Really loved You” sets the tone for the album – piano led, melodic soft pop. Some tracks are more guitar-led, like “Field Day” and the lovely, if a little mawkish, “You’re Breaking My Heart”. There’s also an eponymous song in tribute to Cathy Dennis. It’s nice, it’s very good in patches, a bit bland in others.