The Sufis follow pretty quickly on their album from last year, unsticking themselves from their Barrett obsessions and delving further into the psych-tinged nuggets of the 60s. Wading through Ray Davies, Mickie Most and some heavy Lennon/McCartney waters, they crack open some nicely sunny harmonies and a wellspring of love for the 45's decade. The band aren't the only one's careening through the tail end of the summer of love but they seem to do it well, picking up many of the touchstones without getting too bogged down in the excesses. As with their last record, its not plowing any new fields but its tending the garden well and for those who have love for the trappings of the time period it should only serve to stoke those fires. Again getting a pickup from the folks over at Burger, and you know that's usually a pretty good stamp of quality on anything these days.
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