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Band leader and singer Eric D. Johnson often comes from a retro place, and he mixes things up with grace and fluidity. The spacey remoteness of the beautiful "The Banishment Song," for instance, sits really nicely next to the country-tinged sound of "Heart Like an Orange" and the lighthearted, upbea ...

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8/10 Jack Customer review, 17th February 2016

Band leader and singer Eric D. Johnson often comes from a retro place, and he mixes things up with grace and fluidity. The spacey remoteness of the beautiful "The Banishment Song," for instance, sits really nicely next to the country-tinged sound of "Heart Like an Orange" and the lighthearted, upbeat, 1970s-soul-sound of "You're Too Weird" and "Dolly." Though the music styles vary, every single one of these compositions begs to be sung along to - an amazing feat. This is a very enjoyable listen.

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