What does it sound like?:
Dragging many readers away from a reverie around a slumber party with the Moorer sibs, let me simply say one thing, ain’t it an appealing notion. But that’s not why I came. This is the record Carl and others commented upon some time ago, now out there in release-villa. and it is wonderful. All covers bar one, a harrowing Shelby penned lament to their witness of their parents mutual deaths, this cross genres between the Horrors to Nick Cave, Nirvana to Dylan, by way of current americana golden boy, Jason Isbell, and the Louvin Brothers, with a bit of Townes and Merle for good measure. Exquisitely produced by (that) Teddy Thompson, featuring, amongst others, Belmont Tench on swirling keys, Doug Pettibone, Lucinda’s go-to axeman, on guitars and his dad’s band rhythm section of Michael Jerome and Taras Prodaniuk. It is a delight, transcending their earlier individual forays into cover territory.
What does it all *mean*?
It means I flipping love these girls (women)
Goes well with…
Any of the folk they cover, and anything they have done alone.
Might suit people who like…