A little pedigree action going on here. File under Yo La Tengo and Hypnolovewheel, cos' A Special Pillow entailed James McNew and Dan Cuddy of the aforementioned respectfully. Cuddy is actually the mastermind here, and the only consistent participant on the trio of full lengths that followed this 45. Just as significant are the contributions of violin shredder Katie Gentile and cellist Cindy Brolsma, who provide a poignant chamber pop element.. "Tomorrow Night" (not the Shoes classic in case you were wondering) is sheer naval-gazing bliss if there ever was such a thing. Slow, strummy, and even a tad glummy, it's the perfect slacker lullaby for hammock season. The flip, "Paranormal," is considerably more enthusiastic, with Gentile's chin-music savvy escalating the tune's fervor to something along the lines of Pillow's string-wielding contemps the Dambuilders.
A. Tomorrow Night
The Slickee Boys "Live at Last" 1989 + "Your Autumn Eyes" 2006 - 7/45rpm - The last album by the Slickee Boys was an excellent showcase of the band's live prowess, justifying their reputation as an exhilarating and offbeat concert...
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