Monday, September 19, 2011
With an acoustic pagan sound well versed in the lore of old, Faun Fables trespasses on ground reserved for Pan's dark forest dances in seduction of witches. Upon first hearing "Eyes of a Bird" I incorrectly assumed that the group hosted a single singer, Equating the voices to that of Yes frontman Jon Anderson, but on PCP. I later learned that Dawn McCarthy was singing with Nils Frykdahl of Sleepytime Gorrilla Museum and the brilliance of Faun Fables and particularly "Family Album" began to become fully understandable.
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