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Lazy, Soft & Slow

Guy Chadwick

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Album Review

How often has a songwriter emerged from a bout of severe writer's block with such remarkable beauty? Former House of Love frontman Guy Chadwick has done just that in this low-key debut — a gorgeous and seemingly effortless collection of breezy love songs. Many of the tracks would have fit well on any House of Love record; the only differences are the dashes of accordian, keyboards, and pedal steel tastefully added to Chadwick's songs, and the lack of rock guitar. Robin Guthrie's warm production serves these gentle songs wonderfully, and Guy's backing musicians complement him masterfully (Guthrie also played bass on eight songs). Lazy, Soft and Slow breaks no new ground, and nothing here tops such House of Love greats as "Shine On" or "Christine," but that couldn't have been Chadwick's intent. If you adore the Harvest-mode Neil Young or favor the "Pale Blue Eyes" side of the Velvet Underground, this album should warm your soul for many Sunday mornings to come.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

After the fall of the House of Love, Guy Chadwick formed the short-lived Madonnas, who sporadically gigged throughout the last half of 1994, including a short stint opening for the Cranberries (who once opened for the House of Love, ironically). Without a label, the band recorded a batch of songs, hoping to release an EP by early summer of 1995. Chadwick broke up the band before anything saw release and moved to Belgium. He then formed yet another group, the Eyedreams, who had an album dusted off...
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