|Members:||Kenny Childers, David England, Erik Rasmussen, Mitch Harris, Jim Robinson|
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|Since Mon May 22:||28 (20 downloads, 8 plays)|
Gentleman Caller Vs. The Elephant picks up where Until We Are Missing (Affirmation Records, 2006) left off – the songs are inhabited with ghosts, haunted bodies (both water and human), past loves and a sense of hope that refuses to be stifled. There’s a full-on plague, but it’s one you can dance to (“The Locusts”). The epic stories and brutally beautiful truths are served up hiding in plain sight among some of the catchiest, most instantly foot-tap worthy music being created today. And that’s just one of the elephants in the room. Musically, the band seems to channel the intertwined spirits of Jesus and The Mary Chain, The Plastic Ono Band, The Kinks and John Prine.
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2012, Mariel Recordings
2008, MFT Records
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