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CD Review: Dawes "All Your Favorite Bands"

L.A. indie-folk quartet Dawes goes in for gentle, singer-songwriter anthems on its latest album, but that doesn’t stop Wylie Gelber from putting rolling lines and superbly round tones underneath uptempo numbers like “Don’t Send Me Away” and “I Can’t Think About It Now.”
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L.A. indie-folk quartet Dawes goes in for gentle, singer-songwriter anthems on its latest album, but that doesn’t stop Wylie Gelber from putting rolling lines and superbly round tones underneath uptempo numbers like “Don’t Send Me Away” and “I Can’t Think About It Now.” Overall, this beautifully vintage-sounding album is a solid display of Gelber’s stylistic range.

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