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Actually the Best Producers in the Game

I seriously NEVER EVER write reviews, but I have been following Oliver since their beginnings, seen em' 4 times and literally can never get enough of these guys. Light Years Away is just another display of pure production dominance. The depth of poly-rhtymic/harmonic (almost constantly percussive) in their productions trumps that of most of their colleagues, in my opinion. I can't wait for a full album, if it ever comes! Keep it up Oliver & and Vaughn… you guys are the best.
P.S. If you read this, please put together a live band and just kill it…. if possible.

Life long Oliver fan

For anyone who has been scouring the internet for snippets of "Light Years Away" captured at live shows like I have, 9 September 2014 can't come soon enough. "Fast Forward" (just dropped on Soundcloud) is also a fresh take on the classic Oliver sound with an eye to the future. Oliver has once again found the beating heart inside the dance machine -- and they do so with such regularity and precision you wonder if they aren't machines themselves .


Can't wait for this to drop. Was blown away by the Mechanical EP so I have high hopes for Light Years Away


Genre: Pop

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Born William Oliver Swofford on February 22, 1945, in North Wilkesboro, NC, Oliver's first big hit was a song from the Broadway musical Hair, also a source for a hit ("Age of Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In") for the 5th Dimension. Released on Jubilee, "Good Morning Starshine" b/w "Can't You See" went to number three pop in spring 1969. A song written by Rod McKuen from the movie The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, "Jean," issued on Crewe, went gold, holding the number two pop spot for two weeks and going...
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