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Speaking of weeping (which I was earlier....speaking that is, not weeping....yet) if the sound of a banjo gently plucking away makes you get all misty-eyed for the back porch and the mountains and the lake then this might be for you. Its a lovely collaboration between two pluckers, one on each side of the thing we call Earth.
The banjo plucks away melancholically while some electric guitar tangles round it. Its quite lovely and reminds me of an instrumental take on Sufjan Stevens quieter pieces. Phil says it sounds like an Eagles track (but thats ok, some people here are saying he should be retired). The other side is more blissed out ambience which bursts into gorgeous shards of banjo all intertwining with a cello. Another plus point is that the record has a nice big hole in the middle which slides beautifully on and off the spindle.
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