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Dandelion Snow - The Grand Scheme of Things

  by Helen Tipping

published: 29 / 8 / 2010



Dandelion Snow - The Grand Scheme of Things
Label: Big Bullet Records and Lock And Key Collective
Format: CD

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Finely performed, but lacklustre debut album from Dandelion Snow, the project of Pennsylvanian-based singer-songwriter, Roger Harvey


Dandelion Snow is singer-songwriter Roger Harvey. The album, 'The Grand Scheme of Things', was recorded with a small group of friends and produced by Chris Barker of Anti Flag. Musically it’s punk meets alt.country, with multi-layered instrumentals behind Harvey’s plaintive vocals. Perhaps a bit too plaintive, at times. I have to say that it doesn’t really grab me, which probably explains why it’s taken me so long to get around to writing this review. I’ve listened to it a few times now, but I just can’t raise much enthusiasm. The sound is good, the lyrics are good, but for me it just lacks a certain spark.



Track Listing:-
1 The Grand Scheme Of Things
2 Way Down Low
3 Going Underground
4 You're Impossible
5 Middle Of Nowhere
6 It's Different Now
7 Scattering White Flowers
8 Salt Lake City
9 Wooden Gods
10 So Disconnected



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