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Album Review

If you haven't followed Victor Krummenacher's solo career and come to Nocturne expecting a Camper Van Beethoven reprise, you're in for a surprise. Krummenacher's songs are moody and introspective (and very well-written), and have a somber quality even when the band is rocking out. Pedal-steel guitar flavors many of the tunes (without sounding excessively "country"), supplied by Krummenacher's secret weapon, Bruce Kaphan, who engineered and mixed the album while playing a myriad of instruments and sharing production duties. The open, warm production gives the band room to move and dig into the tunes, without showing off or getting in the way of Krummenacher's poignant lyrics. Well done.


Born: April 07, 1965 in Riverside, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A founding member of the quintessential '80s-era college radio band Camper Van Beethoven, Victor Krummenacher subsequently played in the CVB offshoot Monks of Doom before beginning a solo career in 1995 with the release of Out in the Heat, recorded with backing band A Great Laugh. The co-founder (with fellow CVB alum Jonathan Segel) of the indie label Magnetic, Krummenacher returned in 1998 with Saint John's Mercy. The late nineties saw Krummenacher continuing his collaboration with Segel and Eugene...
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