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The opening cut from Mojave 3's third and most varied album opens with a simple acoustic guitar melody and even simpler piano stylings, but In Love with a View hardly heralds a return to the austere beauty of the group's debut effort Ask Me Tomorrow. Instead, it builds layer upon layer of new textures from steel guitar to backing vocals, culminating in a droning crescendo evoking the dreamscapes created by Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell a lifetime earlier in Slowdive. The B-side houses an electric version of Excuses for Travellers' "Prayer for the Paranoid" that fleshes out the song's structure but fails to match the album version's palpable desperation.

Biography

Formed: England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Between the recording and release of Slowdive's ambient Pygmalion, Neil Halstead began writing more song-based tunes to occupy down time. Weeks after being dropped by Creation, Halstead and the remaining members of Slowdive (Rachel Goswell and Ian McCutcheon) recorded six demos within three days, much of it live without overdubs. Their manager brought the tape to 4AD head Ivo Watts-Russell, who immediately gave the trio money to record more material. Feeling that the direction was too removed to...
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