Wire Train - Between Two Worlds

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1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. "Like Former 415 Label Mates Translator, San Francisco's Wire Train Plays Exceptional, Character-Filled Modern Folk-Pop, Using Strong Songwriting As A Basis. (The Two Groups Also Shared Producer David Kahne, Whose Brilliant Efforts Contributed Greatly To Both's Records.) Wire Train Achieves Its Style With A Full-Blooded Guitar Attack, Echoey Vocals And Strong, Rushed Drumming. In A Chamber Has Wonderful, Memorable Tracks Like "Chamber Of Hellos" And "I'll Do You"; Lesser Creations At Least Sound Just As Good. A Great Debut Album. Between Two Words, Despite Kahne's Absence And A Version Of Dylan's "God On Our Side" That Unintentionally Trivializes Its Earnest Concerns, Is Equally Memorable. Not All Of The Songs Work, But Those That Do — "Last Perfect Thing," "Skills Of Summer," "Love, Love" — Exhibit Folk-Derived Melodic Beauty And An Uneasy Emotional Perspective That Is Not Easily Ignored. The Writing/Singing/Guitar-Playing Duo Of Kevin Hunter And Kurt Herr Doesn't Display A Lot Of Range Or Depth, But Gives The Group An Unmistakable, Invariably Pleasing Identity.” – Ira Robbins, Trouser Press

Artist: Wire Train Title: Between Two Worlds Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Columbia Catalog ID: BFC 40129 Country: USA Our ID: 61689
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