Re: Lincoln/Tram (and Steve Wynn)
- --- In fearnwhiskey@y..., "Hill, Christopher J" <
> > --- In fearnwhiskey@y..., "Andy Benham" <a.s.benham@b...> wrote:Thanks Chris! From your Low comparisons, it sounds like it should be
> > > Lincoln and Tram can be pretty much linked together playing a self
> > > styled "anglicana" which as I understand it is a mixture of what
> > > Lambchop and Tindersticks are doing. Both bands use liberal
> > > amounts of strings and horns and both have a male/female vocal
> > > duo going, sort of like the way Beautiful South use that
> > style. If I
> > > was to pick one above the other I'd say I slightly prefer
> > Lincoln, who
> > > add small instrumental interludes between tracks, and because I
> > > just prefer their voices.
> > Does either band have the moody, dark vocals and atmospherics of
> > Tindersticks or are they a bit brighter and uptempo like the Beautiful
> > South?
> http://www.westnet.com/consumable/1999/11.01/revtram.html -
> here's a review I wrote for the first Tram album, if you're
quite moody. Perfect fodder for me...
> Lincoln sounds very intriguing. And familiar - they've got aCWAS is marvellous -- I don't know if it's online, but their interview
> track on the sampler cd for Comes with a Smile # 9. Matt
> Dornan and his staff assemble excellent v/a comps. Many bands
> that folks here would enjoy. http://cwas.hinah.com/backissue/
> They just came out with # 10.
with Joel Phelps about a year ago explains his current activity.
> ChrisMy favorite rock record of last year. I hope he continues to work with
> np: Steve Wynn, _Here Come the Miracles_
Chris Brokaw, though if Brokaw receives too much attention for his _Red
Cities_ to be a sideman, that'd be fine by me as well.