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Album Review

Hey You: while I had heard of Tuxedomoon in passing, I had never heard of You until I found You lurking near the back of one of the bins in the local record shop. Sometimes You remind me of cabaret, and other times You remind me of the jazz-noir stylings of Barry Adamson. Other times You are a bit off-kilter, like You might be a bit tipsy, but I guess we're all tipsy from time to time. Sometimes You seem a bit dated when you get a bit too synth-heavy. But in general I find You easy-going, but occasionally challenging, intelligent and humourous. You aren't typical, that's for sure. I think I'll keep You around—I think I could get to like You a lot.


Formed: 1977 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The music of avant-garde, electronic-oriented collective Tuxedomoon ranged from new wave pop to jazz fusion to more experimental synthesizer soundscapes (usually including saxophone and violin), which were frequently married in concert to performance art shows. The group was formed in San Francisco in 1977 by two electronic music students at San Francisco City College, Blaine L. Reininger (keyboards, violin) and Steven Brown (keyboards, other instruments). Brown's local theater connections supplied...
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