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Sim Redmond Band, The: Room In These Skies

Any album that begins with a song called "Roll a Few" is bound to be a laid-back affair. And that's exactly what the Ithaca, N.Y.-based Sim Redmond Band gives us on its seventh studio outing, the optimistically titled Room In These Skies. The band is led by guitarist/vocalist Sim Redmond and Natalie Merchant-like vocalist Jen Middaugh, and like laser beams of sunshine, Room In These Skies is a call for musical unity, with touches of African spirit ("1000 Years"), breezy acoustic-pop bliss (the title track) and progressive reggae ("Fun and Games"). Dusty and dreamy at the same time, this is boundary-free music by which to either begin or end your day. Either way, if you like even a little bit of roots in your music, make room in your collection for Room In These Skies.

Track Listing:
1) Roll A Few
2) Take Me
3) Pass Me By
4) Time Has Come
5) Room In These Skies
6) I'm Standing Now
7) Come and Gone
8) Fun and Games
9) 1000 Years
10) Baby I

Added: September 15th 2008
Reviewer: Michael Popke
Related Link: Official Sim Redmond Band Web Site
Hits: 1910
Language: english

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