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Welcome to Myspace. Just start typing to find music. Play Next. Echoes of everything from the Breeders to Black Sabbath may ring throughout Memories now and again, but there's a serenity and self-possession driving these tunes that isn't on loan from any other band. The chanty "Home" throws another curveball before the fluttery, harmony-driven "She's Almost Gone" twirls in.
The track's light-as-a-breeze melody threatens to blow away before Knapp throws a bit of guitar boogie underneath it; as with Lights, Cliffie are constantly tucking little bits of melody into California Baby - Cliffie Swan - Memories Come True pockets of their tunes, and while there's less zig-zagging in these arrangements, their melodies still seem to dodge the Cowboys Are Common As Sin - Various - 24 Country Hits Vol.
III move. While sturdy, the album's final three-fer-- slow burner "Take It California Baby - Cliffie Swan - Memories Come Truethe gossamer " So Long ", and the Pretenders-esque closer "Climb on Top"-- proves a bit less satisfying than the killer trio that opens the record and the swirly stuff in its center.
But the pair has gotten rather good at jamming California Baby - Cliffie Swan - Memories Come True deceptively direct, harder-to-place pop-rockers, and while Memories doesn't exactly end with a bang, it's hardly a whimper, either.
Those who fell for Lights' anything-goes genre eradications may feel a bit shortchanged by the relative simplicity of the easygoing Memoriesand fans of pure pop may find these low-key hooks a bit too low-impact.
But while Cliffie Swan's airy melodic excursions might be several degrees less daring than Lights' exploratory pop-psych, it's both easier to like and easier to grok. And, hey, no whiplash. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad American Dream - The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band* - Twenty Years Of Dirt - The Best Of The Nitty Gritty D. Sexy Trippy All Moods.
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