Album: Adam Green, Sixes & Sevens, (Rough Trade)
Sunday 09 March 2008
The success of 'Juno' has seen the world finally catch up with the lo-fi anti-folk Adam Green pioneered with his band the Moldy Peaches. Typically, just when you'd expect an album full of twee duets, Green goes the other way and presents an album that forgoes much of the usual whimsy in favour of fully rounded pop. There is proper production. There are backing singers. Hell, there is even a rather lovely soul feel. The Jonathan Richman comparisons are still accurate, though, and Green even namechecks his inspiration in "Morning After Midnight". File under 'Adam Goes Motown'.
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