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Harrod and Funck fashioned a truly original folk sound on this, their debut album. The often awkward, unglued songwriting betrays their youth (most of the songs were penned while they were students at Wheaton College in Illinois), but they create some gorgeous acoustic landscapes with their ever-moving, mesmerizingly looping guitarwork. Producer Mark Heard recorded their Simon & Garfunkel-esque harmonies with a shimmering sound definition that exceeds the standards of a lot of major labels. The big sound of Heard's inventively atmospheric pop arrangements (he uses stand-up bass, kalimba, electric mandolin, and even swamp gas) never overwhelms the acoustic picking and sliding that is the heart of these songs.


Born: 1990

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Jason Harrod and Brian Funck met as students at Wheaton College in Illinois, after friends recognized a similarity in their atmospheric folk songs and introduced the two guitarists. They were "discovered" in 1991 when they opened for Brooks Williams, a highly respected figure in the Boston folk scene, at a Wheaton concert. Williams reportedly was so moved that he almost refused to play his own set, and subsequently introduced the pair to Mark Heard, who agreed to produce their first album, Dreams...
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