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Shell
  • Artist: Lemanis
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 5060109093438
  • Item #: CDBY090934
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/17/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Shell on CD

Lemanis have spent the last couple of years in and out of the studio recording our first album, and assembling a large army of superb musicians to back us up both in the studio and on stage. The little orchestra we've found ourselves very proud to be involved with includes a string quartet and horn section, as well as flutes and a female backing singer. All 4 members of the band are multi-instrumentalists and singers, so we all get to play and sing the bits we're best at. 'A HUGE sound...It sounds great!' - Seth Lakeman 'Complex structure and fluctuating musical patterns that demand your absolute attention' - Ewan McKenzie - Director of Whimsical Records 'The English Polyphonic Spree' - Ray Rose - Director of Eat Records 'When Brian Wilson was searching for the right musos for his 'Smile' project, he could have borrowed Plymouth's Lemanis and got the job done in a week. The neo-psychedelic post-rock ensemble twinkle, strum, strut, parp and harmonise like it's a heady 1968, letting their imaginations run wild with not a care in the world about a nation of HMV staff workers struggling to place the band in a suitable genre rack...All wistful and quite beautiful.' - Backbone, 24/7 magazine.