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We have 10 free School Of Language t shirts to give away with copies of the forthcoming album on Memphis Industries. This is the new side project from David Brewis from Memphis Industries. It also features 3 bonus tracks which is an indies only limited edition... 1000 copies only. ...

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Sea From Shore by School Of Language
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9/10 Phil Staff review, 04 January 2008
We have 10 free School Of Language t shirts to give away with copies of the forthcoming album on Memphis Industries. This is the new side project from David Brewis from Memphis Industries. It also features 3 bonus tracks which is an indies only limited edition... 1000 copies only.

7/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 28th June 2015

"Sea From Shore" is the debut solo album from School of Language AKA Field Music's David Brewis. It's very similar to Field Music's recordings, still steeped in late '70s and early - '80s angular rock with the corners slightly rounded by syrupy lead guitar influenced by the likes of 10cc and Paul McCartney. The album's centrepiece is "The Rocksist" which is expressed in four parts spread through the album. Part four is the best - It's a typically punchy piece of Brewisness. "Disappointment '99" is probably a little heavier than you'd expect from Field Music but many other hallmarks their sound are present in spades.

"Poor Boy" has a sound that is reminiscent of Nik Kershaw, oddly enough and "Keep Your Water" borrows Dave Gilmour's guitar sound from "Dark Side Of The Moon". It's good stuff, and if you like Field Music you'll like this.


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