We Are Little Barrie

Album Review of We Are Little Barrie by Little Barrie.

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We Are Little Barrie

Little Barrie

We Are Little Barrie by Little Barrie

Release Date: Jun 28, 2005
Record label: Artemis
Genre(s): Rock

80 Music Critic Score
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We Are Little Barrie - Very Good, Based on 1 Critics

AllMusic - 80
Based on rating 8/10
80

London trio Little Barrie's debut disc, We Are Little Barrie, is a lighthearted, light-fingered romp through the last 30 years of rock history, making stops at funk, blues, psychedelia, AOR, and Brit-pop before landing firmly in the classic rock-inspired jam band camp -- actually landing right at the forefront of that scene and somewhere to the left, too, as Little Barrie manage to escape all the pitfalls (overlong songs, dopey lyrics, lack of dynamics, to name a few) common to the jam band scene. Featuring Edwyn Collins' pitch-perfect production, We Are Little Barrie pulls off the feat of sounding both totally live and carefully planned out at once, giving off warm and groovy vibes from beginning to end. The true star of the show is Barrie Cadogan's guitar; the youngster is a funky rhythm player and peels off some invigorating, non-wanky solos.

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