The One Husband found this in Mojo magazine:
"The Best Thing I've Heard All Year
Elijah Wood : Bambi-eyed actor and Mojo reader
'Sons and Daughters - The Repulsion Box. Its embarrassing but I found out about it in the Playlist in Mojo. I believe the track was Ramalama and your description made it sound so f*ing awesome. It evokes old Americana and its got a lot of energy but doesn't necessarily sound like anything else from the Glasgow music scene. Another record I like from this year is Langhorne Slim's When the Sun's Gone Down (Narnack) - he's just a great songwriter. The last song on the record, I Love to Dance, sounds like a f*ing classic. It's almost like Van Morrison, but with a banjo, and I tend to love anything with a banjo.
For ages I was looking for a version of that old '50s tune, Tonight You Belong To Me, that Steve Martin sings in The Jerk and I found a version from 1956 by Patience and Prudence, these two girls who recorded for Liberty Records in the '50s and they were just 11 and 14! You'll love it.'
See the miniature Mojo fan in EII in cinemas now."
I'm old enough to remember that Patience and Prudence song!! *blushes*
Back to work!!
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