Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
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The Complex Sounds of Simplicity
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you have ever heard any of DIRTY THREE's records then put them now into your mind. TREN BROTHERS is 2/3 of DIRTY THREE; guitar/drums/no violin. But think not that the sound gets thinner! In fact quite the opposite seems to be the case. Where DIRTY THREE's sound becomes a large ocean of beauty through which one can only drift not row, TREN BROTHERS is more like rain where some drips come closer than others, and the sound that gets you wet one moment has spread out and dried up on your sleeve the next. What I'm trying to say is that just the sound of a guitar accompanied by symbols and not much more than a snare can come alive in a way that makes an orchestra pit seem dry. Mick Turner plays his guitar the way many do a trumpet; instead of science, the guitar is played with emotion. His breathing is much more likely to be what is controling the music rather than his fingers. And Jim White's drumming, while taking a stroll with Turner's guitar-playing, seems to look in many other directions and graciously take you along for the ride, while allowing you to simaltaneously remain in Turner's lap. Buy it, probe it, tell it your innermost feelings."