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Boomkat Product Review:
In the market for some highly wrought, string led introductions? Then you're gonna f*cking love the opening salvo from the Pinetop Seven's new LP, 'The Night's Bloom'. Grand, majestic and unashamedly HUGE, the mayfly-like title track sets the mood wonderfully for 'The Night's Bloom'; this fluid band's 5th album in the past 8 years. Originally conceived as a means for a loose collective of Chicago based musicians to explore the by-ways of America's musical heritage (from Tango and Funeral Dirges through to 20th Century Classical and Eastern European campfire) then render them through a Country-Blues/Folk template, Pinetop Seven has attracted a varied bunch of (23!) contributors over the years including Bright Eyes, Wilco, Rilo Kiley and the Boxhead Ensemble. Comparable in tone to the likes of Matt Elliot, Badly Drawn Boy and even Jonny Cash, songs such as 'Easy Company', 'June' and 'Witness' leak a tarnished grandeur amongst their flowing tributaries of alt.country and choral folk tendencies. Elsewhere, 'Made a Whisper Out Of Me' sounds a bit like a Celtic David Gray (!)... but good, whilst 'Fringe' is a string lashed portion of honky-tonk. Pine scented.