Mark Kopenits ringing, clangy fretboard maneuvers that gracefully tumble down like a waterfall of minor-chord arpeggios, imbuing "Climb" with so much of it's texture and panache. "Big Person" places more emphasis on choppy rhythms than melodic riffs, and as such acts as a fitting counterpart to the aforementioned "Climb." According to a post on New Wave Outpost, this wasn't Three Hands only single, and on a sadder note, Kopenits passed away in 2009.
B. Big Person
Gerry Rafferty: Can I Have My Money Back? (Esoteric Recordings) - Gerry Rafferty's 1971 debut album, *Can I Have My Money Back?* was a record that *should* have been a major hit; unfortunately, it was largely ignored, and...
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