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Most recent release, Bright Lights, 2001
Sully's site seems to have disappeared (11/05)
Early work like An April March, Ars Poetica, Juned, Rose Chronicles, The Moon Seven Times, My Brilliant Beast, Psychowelders, Broadcast, Seely, Laika
This group is a little like Seely, Broadcast, or Laika--sort of ethereal techno poprock. They seem to be growing in interesting directions, with their songwriting becoming stronger and catchier with their second album. Nice vocals with a good band. If you at all like the electronic side of things, check this band out! (Neile)
Recommended first album:
Bright Lights is a little more distinctive, though Sully/i have much to report is also a fine album
1995--One Handed Records--ohcd-015
Out of print; try used places in Canada
Recommended for Sully fans only
Marty Jones and Sully
While I love their later work, this collection seems a little more unformed to me. The vocals are buried in the mix and the sound is often a wall of buzz. That had its charm in 1995 but is of a little less interest to me now, as are the more experimental noise bits. It has many great moments that I like and would really enjoy if the vocals were more audible. Despite its potential, I highly recommend listening to their other two terrific discs to get the best of this. (Neile)
1997--random sound--RSCD-8802; rereleased 1998--Nettwerk--67003 01232
Wide in Canada
byron and sully
I like this more than I thought I would. Would this be considered *ambient* music? (Riphug@aol.com)
See website for availability
Wow! Catchy stuff! The songwriting on this album is catchier, more focused, and just a little less dreamy than on their first album. (Neile)
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