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Review: LA Times

By Natalie Nichols

Rating: 3 out of 4 stars

This U.K.-to-L.A. transplant mixes British pop -- from Elvis Costello to the Beatles to Oasis -- with the melancholy prettiness of Cali folk-rock. Its sophomore release has a more confident and distinctive blend of airy harmonies, pedal-steel touches and winsome melodies than 2000's Road Movies. Lead singer-songwriter Simon Petty remains quietly reserved, but his thing for Gram Parsons is clear, right down to the hushed, sprawling tribute "Badlands." Minibar plays Tuesday at Spaceland.

From LA Times
Originally published June 22, 2003
©2003 Los Angeles Times


Last updated: Oct 01, 2006 - 04:00 PM PDT

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