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Schoozzzmmii

Lone Pigeon

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Album Review

Gordon Anderson's second U.S. release (actually his fourth album overall) as Lone Pigeon is a zany but sunny folk-rock record that fits equally well with late-'60s West Coast pop and contemporaries like Super Furry Animals. There's a lot of Syd Barrett and Kevin Ayers in these quirky songs, especially whimsical tracks like "Brown Cow," but also a joyfully bittersweet, even Lennon-esque innocence on something like "Rainbow." Of course there's a lo-fi home recording quality to everything on the album, definitely reminiscent of Daniel Johnston's homemade pop. Some songs, for example, seem fractured — "Down and Around" is a riveting Beatlesque number, but it never quite becomes fully realized. Still, that's part of the charm. Anderson is a gifted songwriter who seems to be able to do well with just about any style — whether acoustic rock, chamber pop, psychedelia, or experimental compositions — even on pieces that seem thrown together. Throughout this strange and marvelously slapdash album full of oddities and fragments, the true gems shine in all their glory — "Sallyzimmerman," for example, is a pop song that can stand with the best of them. And it's this prolific, homegrown vibe paired with a knack for downright catchy pop that makes Lone Pigeon Scotland's answer to Ween.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Lone Pigeon is the project of former Beta Band mate Gordon Anderson. Formerly called the Pigeons, the Beta Band has achieved critical success across the globe and Anderson witnessed the start. He co-wrote the popular "Dry the Rain," "B+A," and "Dogs Got a Bone" from the Champion Versions EP as well as "The Cow's Wrong" from the band's eponymous full-length debut....
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