The See See album review

Closing the gap between 60s West Coast psych and early 90s Britpop

The See See album review

Late Morning Light
4/5

Closing the gap between jangly ’60s West Coast psych and early ’90s Scally proto-Britpop, the debut album from globetrotting good-time gang The See See doesn’t break any new ground, but it treads the old with a spring in its step and a song in its heart. And a damn fine song it is, too: Eighteenth Day Of May alumnus Richard Olson matches Mavers and McGuinn for melody, with part-time folk troubadour Pete Greenwood clearly relishing the chance to bust out the Clarence White licks. The summertime tonic for your February blues.

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