The See See album review

Closing the gap between 60s West Coast psych and early 90s Britpop

Late Morning Light

Closing the gap between jangly ’60s West Coast psych and early ’90s Scally proto-Britpop, the debut album from globetrotting good-time gang The See See doesn’t break any new ground, but it treads the old with a spring in its step and a song in its heart. And a damn fine song it is, too: Eighteenth Day Of May alumnus Richard Olson matches Mavers and McGuinn for melody, with part-time folk troubadour Pete Greenwood clearly relishing the chance to bust out the Clarence White licks. The summertime tonic for your February blues.

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