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The Brilliant Mistakes - Distant drumming

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2009-10-27 Year: 2008
Label: Aunt Mimi
Genre: Soft Rock
Producer: Lincoln Schleifer
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The Brilliant Mistakes is a New York based trio that formed in the mid 90´s and released their debut "All hands and the cook" in 1999, almost a decade later their 3rd album "Distant running" came out and I lift my hat off to these bands that keep working hard even though they don´t break big or can earn a livin´ off the music. This is quite an enjoyable album that bring thoughts to Paul Simon, Semisonic and even James Taylor. The band features Alan Walker - Lead Vocals/Keyboards, Erik Philbrook - Bass/Guitar and Paul Mauceri - Drums, these guys make sunny and classic 70´s pop and I bet Dan Wilson of Semisonic has a copy of this album. My favorites are "Good year for a change" and "The day I found my hands".

Tracklisting 1. The Day I Found My Hands
2. Monday Morning (Sky Above You)
3. Becoming
4. Good Year For A Change
5. The Circle's Not Broken
6. Water Falling Down
7. The Words
8. Time In The Night
9. Let's Pretend
10. Wake Up Your Heart


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