The sophmore album from Simon Jeffes' homegrown band took over
three years to record, but the signs are here that it was a labor
of love. While drawing compositional and textural inspiration from
both English folk and chamber music, it manages to sound like
neither and a wondrous hybrid of both. "Walk Don't Run," a cover of
the Ventures' classic, turns from a surf tune into a merry jig of
sorts, with the violins and cellos playing the melody backed by
drums, bongos, and shakers. "Telephone and Rubber Band" turns a
busy signal into something full of beauty and joy. Unfailingly
romantic, sunny music and an album that set the tone of all further
PCO releases. ~ Ted Mills
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