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Crispian Mills, the former Kula Shaker
frontman, appears to have returned to his roots (musically, that is--he'll always be, and always was, a posh boy) with the Jeevas. 1-2-3-4
boasts good, snappy songs played by a tidy band, while Mills's underrated guitar playing sparkles throughout and rhythm section Andy Nixon and Dan McKinna have no trouble keeping up. Opener "Virginia" owes everything to David Bowie and the Spiders from Mars
, with a touch of Troggs
thrown in, a cover of the Undertones
's "You Got My Number" is straightforward and joyful, while "Once Upon a Time in America" is a lively folk-rock boogie. The wobbly "Silver Apples" is presumably a nod to the 60s avant-garde New Yorkers of that name, while the concluding "Edge of the World" is wistfully memorable. At least as good as John Squire
's best solo efforts, and a hell of a lot more fun, this short (35 minutes) set is anything but grandiose and will come as a pleasant surprise to anyone expecting post-millennial cod-mysticism. --Steve Jelbert