Winter Songs

Winter Songs

by matt pond PA
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Overview

Winter Songs

In the heat of the summer of 2004, Matt Pond PA sat down and recorded some songs that reminded them of winter, hence the EP Winter Songs. Apart from the two short, pastoral instrumentals "Winter One" and "Fall Two" and the lovely soft-focus ballad "Snow Day," the songs are covers. Neil Young's "Winterlong" and Richard & Linda Thompson's "I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight" are two familiar songs given reverential treatment, sounding nice but not too interesting. Better is the cover of Lindsey Buckingham's "Holiday Road" (from National Lampoon's Vacation), a sort of lost classic of a pop song that they rescue with a buoyant and sweet version. Not so great is the cover of Neutral Milk Hotel's "In an Aeroplane Over the Sea" which is marred by weak guitar effects and a tame arrangement as well as rather slight and uninteresting source material. Slight is the one word that might describe the whole EP, unless you are the type of Matt Pond PA fan who must have every note they commit to plastic; you could probably skip this record and save up for their next full-length.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/25/2005
Label: Altitude Records
UPC: 0898894000028
catalogNumber: 40000

Album Credits

Performance Credits

matt pond PA   Primary Artist
Louie Lino   Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Eve Miller   Cello,Vocals
Brian Pearl   Bass,Guitar,Bass Guitar,Keyboards
Matt Pond   Guitar,Vocals
Dan Crowell   Drums,Dancer
Eric Elbogen   Bass Guitar
Will Levatino   Bass,Bass Guitar
Matthew Pond   Guitar,Vocals
Eric Elboyen   Bass

Technical Credits

Lindsey Buckingham   Composer
Richard Thompson   Composer
Neil Young   Composer
Jeff Mangum   Composer
J. Baker   Engineer
Louie Lino   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
matt pond PA   Composer
Scott Spillane   Composer
Miriam Kiente   Cover Design

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Winter Songs 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Truth_B_Told More than 1 year ago
Not sure how this band or this album have stayed under the radar. Great music, well produced. Every sond on this disc is perfect.