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The Churchills

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Album Review

The Churchills' sole album is above average for a rare psychedelic late-'60s obscurity, and an important document as the only Israeli psychedelic record to achieve even a bit of an international cult, but not as interesting as some of the buzz generated on the collector's circuit may have you believe. Heavily influenced by both West Coast psychedelia and late-'60s British hard rock, there's often a Jack Bruce-type resonance to the vocals, and a garage-Doors vibe to the guitar-organ interplay and spacy-but-somber lyrics. Sometimes they let more of a Middle Eastern element into play, as on "Subsequent Final," a mandolin tune which sounds like a psychedelic hora dance. The CD reissue adds four bonus tracks from early-1970s singles, including covers of Led Zeppelin's "Living Loving" and the Beatles' "She's a Woman," that are more run-of-the-mill hard rock.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Churchills are another alternative pop/rock foursome who aim to pluck and pounce upon clever rock tunes, swirling harmonies, and quick melodies. Hailing from pockets of New York/New Jersey, The Churchills appeared on two episodes of ABC's Spin City prior to releasing their debut, You Are Here, on Abrupt/Universal Records. Crowded House's Mark Hart and Ringo Starr guitarist Steve Dudas produced the record, which...
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