Split cd of tantric psychedelia (Father Murphy) and brit-pop style delight (Lorenzo Fragiacomo), shaped in a beautiful digipack with double cover, upsidedown, Edward Gorey-ish (oh yeah, i see the reference ^_^). Father Murphy play the esoteric indie role of this ep, - two voices, almost croaking, Boy/Girl, percussions at limit of minimal, visionary and howling to the moon (We know who our enemies are sounds excellent), keyboard in hammond style, and guitars with loose strings. So Long is a little opus. On the other side, Lorenzo Fragiacomo looks (and finds) for the perfectionism of pop melody, of easy listening, but without commercial compromises: Walking on the moon may easily becoming a hit, and making some luck, - while Jester's Day looks like stolen at Burt Bacharach or coming from northern collective Cafe2001, with special guest Francesca Luzzi, of Arab Sheep, sweet singing a duet.
.2. We know who our enemies are (Father Murphy)
.4. Walking on the moon (Lorenzo Fragiacomo)
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