The SMiLE Sessions reviewed.

The SMiLE Sessions has been reviewed over at Consequence of Sound. [via Consequence of Sound]

An excerpt:

Of course, SMiLE is far more than a handful of four songs. For every inclusion, there are a thousand points of reference: the reflective, rollicking banjo in “Cabin Essence”, the windmill of harmonies behind “Child Is Father of the Man”, the cloud-swimming harpsichord that pushes “Wonderful”, and the instrumental paranoid delusions of “The Elements: Fire (Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow)”. You could rewrite that sentence with a new hallmark for each song a hundred times over before you’d be at a loss for words. It’s that strong.

Watch an introduction video below:

[via YouTube]



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