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Boomkat Product Review:
Hang on, I recognise that cartoonish baritone croon; it's either the guy from Canadian one-hit woopsies Crash Test Dummies or that guy from Memphis Industries indie rock wrecking crew Absentee. Given that this too is on the aforementioned Memphis Industries imprint i barely need consult Wikipedia to determine that Dan Michaelson is in fact the front person for Absentee, currently behaving true to that band's name and very much on sabbatical, pursuing solo concerns. This album perhaps takes on a broader scope than Absentee's Schmotime album, instead kicking back with expanded arrangements as on the Will Oldham/Bill Callahan style slow jam eloquence of 'I Was A Gentleman'. Like so much of this record it presents a winning combination of smart, laidback songwriting and a sense of languid grandeur that's upheld by the brass-strewn arrangement. A fine body of work and a worthy distraction from Michaelson's dormant band.