The Limes | Limetime

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Limetime

by The Limes

Groovy, off-kilter pop tunes punctuated with occasional instrumental tracks. Lo-fi lounge-tronica inspired by foreign film directors, sunny 60's pop, 70's porn music, and the great musical couples of yesteryear.
Genre: Pop: California Pop
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1. Go Down Mary Jane
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2. Almodovar Film
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3. Feel Right
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4. Smokey Nova
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5. Bluebird
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6. From the Inside
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7. Flutenfunk
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8. In You
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9. Lackluster Days
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10. Strolling
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11. Satellite Samba
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12. Dream State
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THE LIMES -- LIMETIME

Jeff Sparks and Assia Mortensen, aka The Limes, draw inspiration from a variety of sources: Foreign cinema (Almodovar Film,) 70’s porn music (In You, Strolling,) and sunny 60’s style pop (Feel Right, Satellite Samba.)

Limetime, The Limes’ first full-length album, introduces listeners to a ‘New Lounge’ genre of pop. Mortensen supplied the bulk of the lyrics while Sparks saw to the musical arrangements, in a writing partnership reminiscent of Exene Cervenka and John Doe from the L.A. band X.

Musically, the Limes have been compared to early Pizzicato Five, Nico, Wings (who’s song “Blackbird” receives a cover treatment,) and Joao and Astrud Gilberto. The album’s instrumental tracks vary in length and mood, providing a kind of cohesion to what would otherwise be a wildly eclectic collection of songs.

The result is a party record, a lovers' record, a headphones record—-virtually anytime is the right time for Limetime.


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