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Here’s a new 7” which sees Woods bid farewell to Rear House, the “home, recording studio, creative refuge and beloved shithole” from which they (and several other bands) have churned out a long line of superb records. One for the history books then. On the A side they’ve captured an alternative version of ‘Be All Be Easy’ from their ‘Sun and Shade&rs ...

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Be All, Be Easy by Woods
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9/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 31 July 2013

Here’s a new 7” which sees Woods bid farewell to Rear House, the “home, recording studio, creative refuge and beloved shithole” from which they (and several other bands) have churned out a long line of superb records. One for the history books then. On the A side they’ve captured an alternative version of ‘Be All Be Easy’ from their ‘Sun and Shade’ album, capturing its slightly evolved state after a change of drummer and lots and lots of live shows. It’s classic Woods slacker pop loveliness. I swear there’s a bit of vibrato on the vocals in places like he’s singing through a fan.

On the other side they’re covering the Kinks’ ‘Gods Children’ from the soundtrack to the 1971 film ‘Percy’. It’s a beautiful adaptation with all the Woods signature sounds in place - falsetto harmonies, gently paced sunshine grooves and warm guitar and Hammond organ. Delightful.


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