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Art-rock explorer Parish provides the music while Harvey writes and delivers the words on this spiky collaboration. Both are in a questing mood: channeling desire, deceit and salvation, Harvey runs the gamut from a manic whisper to inflamed wails while Parish whips up a maelstrom of detuned guitars (“Taut”) and discordant blues (“Rope Bridge Crossing”). Their artful abandon succeeds best on “Civil War Correspondent”, where Parish’s gauzy guitars complement rather than swamp Harvey’s rising despair and a haunting organ swirl.

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Terrific duo!

Fresh from a trio of incredible albums, Pj Harvey takes a breather from solo work and co-produces this collaborative work with friend John Parish, which both harkens briefly back to her previous albums, and gives a taster of her more experiemntal work to come in 'Is this Desire?'. Soem great stand out tunes here include 'urn with dead flowers in a drained pool', 'heela' and 'civil war correspondent', which really add a rock bite to proceedings. a really good listen overall!


Genre: Alternative

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

John Parish first hit public consciousness as a collaborator with PJ Harvey, co-producing and playing on To Bring You My Love and Is This Desire? While he subsequently staked out an enigmatic solo career, the tale of his rise in music is entwined with that of Harvey. Raised in Yeovil, England, Parish's first recording experience came with a new wave band called Thieves Like Us in 1980. Following that, he started the group Headless Horseman, which evolved into Automatic Dlamini, an experimental band...
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