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Album Review

Recorded in the wake of the demise of Victor Krummenacher's touring unit A Great Laugh, Saint John's Mercy is even more reflective and deeply personal than its predecessor Out in the Heat, reflecting a wide range of stylistic influences from garage rock to psychedelia to country. The album is at times unfocused, but its best tracks — "Tear-Stained Road," "Questa Sunset" and "Long Way Home" among them — possess real power and beauty.


Born: April 7, 1965 in Riverside, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A founding member of the quintessential '80s-era college radio band Camper Van Beethoven, Victor Krummenacher subsequently played in the CVB offshoot Monks of Doom before beginning a solo career in 1995 with the release of Out in the Heat, recorded with backing band A Great Laugh. The co-founder (with fellow CVB alum Jonathan Segel) of the indie label Magnetic, Krummenacher returned in 1998 with Saint John's Mercy. The late nineties saw Krummenacher continuing his collaboration with Segel and Eugene...
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