The Black Watch | Led Zeppelin Five

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Led Zeppelin Five

by The Black Watch

This is indie pop guitar rock at its melodic, mid-period Beatles best. Lovely harmonies, trippy guitars and melotrons, very modern, with super literate lyrics.
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1. Oscillating
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2:19 $0.99
2. How Much About Love
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4:16 $0.99
3. Emily, Are You Sleeping?
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3:50 $0.99
4. Like In the Movies
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3:07 $0.99
5. Cognate Objects
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6. Earl Grey Tea
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2:41 $0.99
7. The Maid's Been Round
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8. Only Lasted
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9. The Stars In the Sky
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10. Kinda Sorta
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7:32 $0.99
11. Weirdly
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As Andy Gill said in The Independent UK: "the black watch have, in singer/songwriter John Andrew Fredrick, an artist capable of both My Bloody Valentine miasma AND Nick Drake quietness. Wonderful melodies, literate lyrics, deep psychedelic freakout guitar parts courtesy of Fredrick and new member Steven Schayer (ex-The Chills).


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Marc H.

The Best Band You've Never Heard
The Black Watch have been plying their neo-psychedelic indie-alterna-pop trade in the LA area since back in the day when actual records (not to mention actual record stores) existed. And though they've made a dozen albums, this is the finest yet, all the more satisfying since it arrives more than two decades into their career. There isn't a dud among these tracks, which range from the glorious "How Much About Love," the effervescent "Stars in the Sky," the noisy "Emily, Are You Sleeping?" and the hard-charging "Earl Grey Tea." Buy this record, and see if you don't also feel inspired to sing its praises from the rooftops.