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Who Do You Love - EP

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Album Review

Evoking the Band with their dusty guitars and wheezing organ fills, "Who Do You Love" served notice that Mojave 3's sophomore effort, Out of Tune, would boast a more traditional, robust sound than the preceding Ask Me Tomorrow — in fact, all three of the Neil Halstead songs comprising this limited-edition EP channel the same front-porch Americana feeding Dylan's Basement Tapes sessions, with both material and performances that back up such lofty comparisons. Particularly noteworthy is "This Road I'm Travelling," which was inexplicably cut from Out of Tune's original U.K. release (and appended to its U.S. reissue), yet is one of Halstead's most fully realized and heartfelt tunes.

Biography

Formed: England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Between the recording and release of Slowdive's ambient Pygmalion, Neil Halstead began writing more song-based tunes to occupy down time. Weeks after being dropped by Creation, Halstead and the remaining members of Slowdive (Rachel Goswell and Ian McCutcheon) recorded six demos within three days, much of it live without overdubs. Their manager brought the tape to 4AD head Ivo Watts-Russell, who immediately gave the trio money to record more material. Feeling that the direction was too removed to...
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