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Looking FOr A Day In The Night
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Pop, Rock
1999 album by reformed indie pop group featuring Stephen Duffy. Their debut for the Cooking Vinyl label, 'Looking For ADay In The Night' is their fifth record overall & first in eight years! 13 tracks. Duffy co-produced th... more »
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1999 album by reformed indie pop group featuring Stephen Duffy. Their debut for the Cooking Vinyl label, 'Looking For ADay In The Night' is their fifth record overall & first in eight years! 13 tracks. Duffy co-produced the album with Andy Strange.
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Beautifully written and produced.
Paul G | Bellevue,Wa | 11/15/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album was a real find for me. As a lover of melodic music, I'm always looking for the perfect pop album. Since I grew up listening to the Beatles, my standards are high. It's almost a curse. And let me tell you, this album easily meets those standards. If you like Bookends/Simon & Garfunkel, then you'll probably enjoy this disc too. Steven Duffy has this wonderful soft, clean voice that lends itself to repeated listenings. The music is wonderfully melodic, shifting from minor chord verses to full realized choruses. "I won't die for you" is a perfect example of this. So simple, and so elegant. The production and musicianship is flawless. The utilization of steel guitar and banjo in unconventional ways is particularly appealing. The minute I pressed play, I was startled by how the clarity of the voice and acoutic guitar demanded my attention. It's just too bad that you have to be a musical detective to realise these groups exist."
The Best Pop Album Ever!
Stephen M. Hess | Bountiful, UT USA | 07/27/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is some of the most catchy, well-crafted, and enjoyable music around, and without all the studio "polishing" that so often ruins otherwise good pop music. Even if you're turned off by pedal steel and banjo, don't jump to any conclusions before you listen to this. TLT combines elements from a few seemingly incongruous genres, and the result here is breathtakingly fresh. After you've listened to this disc once or twice, you will have a difficult time removing it from your CD player."