One of cd's i've been divouring in last two months is surely right this (breakfast, headphones, dinner, lunch, reading books), formerly got on mp3's, then bought for about 8 (!!). Who was the brain behind Three Mile Pilot? Maybe the brains/genius were twin, - see Pall Jenkins with Black Heart Processiona and, on the other side, Armistead B. Smith IV, bass guitar ultra-virtuous player, that together with Rob Crow (featuring also Tom Zinser at drms, from 3MP) fuse that very particular (read ORIGINAL) sound and perfectionism of past glorious Band (and, being a seduced nostalgic, i say THANKS) to an art-pop key, blessed with an own freshness and sparkle, - and when You hear a song as Victorius D, memories soon come to that The Chief Assassin to the Sinister album or On A Ship to Bangladesh song. Both folks play everything and sing together, it's impossible to classify exactly Their Music, or calling other Names. I only know that Grey Machine is a track bringing Your spirit higher, and i found my-self more than once singing its chorus, suddenly. - That double bass, always in close-up, played as a special guitar shines at its top. Songs have a development as You walk through different rooms, - and feelings/emotions are the key-word, the rule of Pinback. After the form full-lenght, this cd is one more masterpiece.
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