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Me Oh My

12 Oct 2009 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 12 Oct 2009
  • Label: V2 Cooperative Music
  • Copyright: 2009 Irony Bored, Under Exclusive License to V2 Records International T/A Cooperative Music
  • Total Length: 39:08
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  • ASIN: B00DUXYM8U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63,197 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rooksby on 4 Feb 2012
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Another reviewer on here compared Cate's music to an Oliver Postgate soundtrack &, on reflection, he/she definitely has a point. Like Postgate's finest work, Me Oh My invokes a melancholic longing for ever more distant, fondly remembered youth &, perhaps, a regret-tinged mourning for lovers past, while never "twee" or saccharine. Musically - & I hope Cate won't mind the comparisons - Me Oh My's haunting psychedelic miscellany touches upon the much missed Broadcast (particularly vocalist Trish Keenan), the third Velvet Underground album, Wowee Zowee-era Malkmus, & early Leonard Cohen. The production is warm, intimate & low-key, virtually every song is a potential single &, at a succinct 35 minutes, it's an album you'll happily play again & again (like I do). A lovely record, simple as that.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Basket Press on 13 Mar 2011
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As noted elsewhere, this is heading off into the psychedelic folky arena, but as sung by a younger, Welsh version of Nico.

Beautiful songs, genuine emotion and a distinctly non-mainstream take on the world.

Cracking stuff!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gannon TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 29 Oct 2009
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2009 has very much been the year of the solo female artiste. Be them folkish, quirky or just plain pop, we've been up to our elbows in `em. Cate, no relation to Simon, Le Bon thus has a tough task ahead of her in these saturated times.

So, what's her selling point? Wisely, she has acquiesced to Gruff Rhys's advances, becoming the first signing to his Irony Bored label. As such, she has the full Super Furry support, already gaining just that on a recent tour. And eagle-eared musos will be quick to point out that the pair have previous, her lungs being put to good use on the curious Neon Neon track `I Lust U'.

Being Welsh, naturally Miss Bon has a cadent vocal, pitched neither squeakily nor quite as far into Nico-country as some may have you believe. Her solo work is mostly acoustic, folk-influenced and, all importantly, comes spliced with occasional SFA-brand madness. The Coral-like skiffle on album highlight `Burn Until The End' makes the subject matter clear, and the unplugged, Radiator quality that `Shoeing The Bones' exudes is there for all to hear.

It is safe to say those looking for a sing-along chorus can look away now, as Me Oh My doesn't got none. And still less, those wishing for shiny production values need not apply. Be told, Cate Le Bon is nothing like Bat For Lashes and her fantasy pop. Miss Bon instead possesses a gentle eccentricity, less developed than, say, Devendra Banhart's hirsute freak-folk, but their similarity in album titles still ought to be noted and suggests a mild affinity. In full, for reference, here we go: "Oh Me Oh My...The Way the Day Goes By the Sun Is Setting Dogs Are Dreaming Lovesongs of the Christmas Spirit".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. M. Longshaw on 18 Mar 2010
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Although I hadn't been previously aware of Cate Le Bon, I bought this album solely on the strength of one song, 'Shoeing the Bones' which I heard on BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris. While difficult to describe the genre into which Cate fits (to me she sounds in parts reminiscent of a female, welsh, Nick Drake). However what a fantastic find..! The CD hasn't been out of my car stereo for 2 weeks and although not all tracks are instantly likeable, with each play I find new things and as time has gone different tracks have become my favourite.
Would highly recommend, but be prepared to stick with it, give it some time and you will be rewarded.
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