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The Good Mornings Review

by Ashleigh Hill

Not a Good Morning

They begin with "Reflections in the Sky", your typical song of longing including small harmonies and a whole lot of guitars that don't mesh very well, and with that The Good Mornings are basically finished. The rest of the album sounds pretty much the same, varying between male and female background vocals and a few, select, durable electric guitar parts. Midway through, The Good Mornings offer up the bizarre "That's Fo' Sho'" which is one, not a good name for a folk song, and two, not a good pass at the country genre. "Voices Heard", perhaps the only listenable track, shows what The Good Mornings are capable of; smooth lounge music. The Good Mornings is a bad garage band recording complete with slightly strained and matching female vocals going flat at their climax. The monotone electric guitars and leftover whiney lead singers don't add up to much more than eleven tracks of the same thing; the makings of a bad morning.

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