THE PANTONES

Inside the Sun's Wild Flame

2009-10-25

The Pantones recorded this, their third album in Eaton Rapids, Michigan. Much of this seems like contemporary country, such as the twangy tunes, "You've Lost the Sun" and "Less of Me". The album does offer intriguing instrumentation, though, without seeming crowded. "Nightingale" is nicely produced with its violin and vocals. "A Thousand Yards" prominently features Rhodes and horns and "Back To My Old Ways" has nice snare work and banjo. This entire album offers nice production and vocal harmonies. Rebecca Ruth

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