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  • Audio CD (27 Jan. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,917 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Disc: 1

1. Sarasota
2. A Very Sorry Christmas
3. Cruel Annette
4. Follow You Down
5. Shouting Match
6. If Only You Knew Her
7. High On the Skyline
8. By the Time It Gets Dark
9. Out of the Lime
10. Lifelike Hair

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0 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Francis Xavier Hynes on 6 Feb. 2014
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There is just so eating about his sound that I have liked for years. His partner isn't a great singer when he contributes but I do like the CD. You won't be dissapointed!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Delicious, lighthearted all-star indiepop collaboration 28 Jan. 2014
By DJ Joe Sixpack - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The New Mendicants
"Into The Lime"
(Ashmont Records, 2014)
. . .

A groovy, melody-drenched indiepop jam session featuring the combined talents of Teenage Fanclub's Norman Blake, Joe Pernice (of the Pernice Brothers) and Mike Belisky of The Sadies... That's a lot of raw pure-pop power assembled together, and they make the most of it, crafting gentle, dreamy gems that blend their individual styles in a rich and resonant way. The first couple of tracks echo their own albums, "Sarasota" with a Pernice-adelic lilt and "A Very Sorry Christmas" frontloaded with anthemic, Teen Fanclub-ish guitars. Following that comes "Cruel Annette," a retro-pop song with a '60s sound that's equal parts Rutles and Hermits Hermits. With this strong start, you'll know you're in good hands, and sure enough this is a lighthearted, lilting album that holds up to repeat listens. You might also want to check out their earlier EP, Australia. Nice stuff! (DJ Joe Sixpack, Slipcue)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Mssrs. Pernice & Blake have nothing to prove 10 Mar. 2014
By Tom Emanuel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Power pop is a genre where innovation isn’t necessarily the name of the game. Badfinger and Big Star laid down the general parameters of the genre back in the 70s, and since then success has been a matter not so much of creativity as of craftsmanship. The questions anyone working in the idiom has to answer are: 1) How indelible are your melodies? 2) How clever are your lyrics? 3) How effectively can you invoke your venerable forebears without crossing the line into pastiche or, even worse, unintentional parody?

Bringing together Joe Pernice (the Pernice Brothers) and Norman Blake (Teenage Fanclub)—who actually number among said “venerable forebears” for many contemporary power popsters—alongside drummer Mike Belitsky (the Sadies), the New Mendicants’ debut Into the Lime (2014) answers those questions as follows: 1) Very. 2) Very. 3) Very.

Pernice takes the lead here, both in terms of vocals and in terms of songwriting, meaning that this album hews closer to his wispy, melancholic brand of chamber pop the than the fuzzy guitar rock of Teenage Fanclub’s classic albums. The uptempo “Shouting Match” may sound like something that might’ve shown up on Bandwagonesque, and the compellingly bizarre “Lifelike Hair,” with its stomping percussion and swirling organ, is pure 60s psych. On the whole, though, gorgeous instrumental arrangements heavy on the glockenspiel and ringing guitars (“High on the Skyline,” “Out of the Lime”) and gentle, swooning harmonies worthy of the Left Banke (“If You Only Knew Her”) are the order of the day.

So saying, Into the Lime doesn’t wow you so much as woo you with the sound of master craftsmen doing what they love and doing it well. After all, it’s not as if Pernice and Blake have anything to prove at this point; mostly they’re just enjoying one another’s company. In doing so, they’ve given me the soundtrack to many a sunny summer’s afternoon, and there are few things I like better.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
harmonies and pure pop with a retro-roots rock touch 21 Feb. 2014
By Charlie Quaker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The debut full-length album from this Canadian trio is packed with poignantly flowing Americana- flavored indie pop with beautiful and memorable melodies, and some gorgeous vocal harmonies.
Joe Pernice’s (The Pernice Brothers, Scud Mountain Boys) voice resonates with the power of
heartfelt emotion; it’s one of a kind. Norman Blake’s (Teenage Fanclub) harmonies and pure pop
sense are stellar. Mike Belitsky’s (The Sadies) feel for retro-roots rock adds the final touch. The
songs have a generally sparse and acoustic instrumental structure that allows the songwriting,
the vocals and the melodies themselves to shine through. Includes a cover of a Sandy Denny
song. Recalls artists such as the Byrds, the Hollies, Almost Charlie, Robyn Hitchcock, the
Beatles, Cardinal, Simon & Garfunkel, the Beach Boys. This is music with no pretense and not
much “cool” factor. It’s warm & organic, pure & comfortable; a soft, old sofa to sink into.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Sublime charms 11 Jun. 2014
By craig swafford - Published on Amazon.com
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This a wonderful addition to the Joe Pernice catalog. It contains his usual lush vocal melodies and the songwriting on the midtempo numbers is top notch. It's obvious the songwriting collaborations enhance his strengths and gift the listener with another vocal perspective, which is always welcome. The uptempo numbers serve the necessary purpose of shaking up the proceedings, but I'm less tolerant in my old age of songs that just bang out chords. But hey, that's just me. Had they culled a couple of the weaker tunes toward the end and made this an EP instead, it would easily be a 5 star review. Nonetheless, this is a very welcome suprise and has been playing nonstop in my car for a couple weeks. Kudos.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Got to love Joe! 18 July 2014
By Gary J. Figueroa - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
It's a Joe Pernice project. Great lyrics, melody, musicianship...the work us fans have come to know and truly love.
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