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George and Queen

George and Queen

George and Queen


George and Queen originally started in 2006 as husband and wife songwriting duo Immi Paterson and Neil Newton. In 2007 they recorded their debut album 'City' at home, from underneath their bed. Since then they have been joined by drummer Rich Pharaoh and bassist Panduka Samarasinghe. In late September 2008 they released their second album 'The Wind is Up'. Some things said about City: "Their debut album City is an elegantly self-produced gem.. Read more on Last.fm
George and Queen originally started in 2006 as husband and wife songwriting duo Immi Paterson and Neil Newton. In 2007 they recorded their debut album 'City' at home, from underneath their bed. Since then they have been joined by drummer Rich Pharaoh and bassist Panduka Samarasinghe. In late September 2008 they released their second album 'The Wind is Up'. Some things said about City: "Their debut album City is an elegantly self-produced gem...

a wonderfully atmospheric "cityscape" of songs... an aural collage with lots of blended elements creating delicious textures" - Rip it Up Magazine "It's a wonderfully understated and carefully crafted collection of quite fantastic songs" - Cheese on Toast "knowing, pyschedelically informed folk, George and Queen occasionally conjure the spirit of long-gone Dunedin altstrum groups as well as the clever cheese of Stereolab and the austere bare bones pop of Young Marble Giants." - Metro Magazine Some things said about The Wind is Up: “The Wind is Up’ is a superbly arranged album, with beautiful melodies and catchy tunes you will hum merrily through the rest of the day” - NZ Musician Magazine ” Where 2007 debut City was quirky and charming, The Wind Is Up is altogether more substantial. The band shifts from sweet pop ditties to country charmers to alt-rock wig-outs without clouding its thoughtful personality. These are well-written songs, well played.

While Paterson’s vocals are once again clear and evocative, Newton deserves special praise for his sympathetic and, at times, stunning guitar work.” - Otago Daily Times (4/5 stars). “More guts and a little grunge around the folksy edges. This one shows what George and Queen can aspire to.” - Groove Guide Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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