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the follow up to the critically acclaimed 'tuned to love', the loose salute are back with an album of splendid, rueful charm - a triumph of heart and soul. the music is still wearing it's bubblegum heart on its sleeve but it's bruised, tougher, wiser. produced and recorded by pritpal soor fresh from anna calvi. one side of 'getting over' is all about celebrating much loved influences, west coast, beach boys, nashville, they're all there, but they venture further afield and conjure authentic delta boogie in 'sister corita', an almost bolan-esque stomp on 'run out of morning' and the folky fairport shuffle of 'perhaps she'll fly'. but all boast the detailed, original stamp of mccutcheon's eclectic arrangements. pedal steel is joined by south of the border trumpets as well as the charm of a germanic chamber ensemble string section, all lending the album a warm, sumptuous production, while never staying into the saccharine.
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