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Roches - The Roches Click here to see this CD at Amazon.com!

By Roy Francis Kasten

With a series of '80s albums for Warner Brothers, Maggie, Terri, and Suzzy Roche invented a tart fusion of barber shop, doowop, and vaguely Celtic singing styles. Their voices could rise and dart around each other with the instinct only sisters possess, and their original material is by turn strangely funny and darkly evasive. Produced by the surprising choice of experimental guitarist Robert Fripp, the debut is their freshest recording, and a good avenue for new listeners to enter their captivating vocal world.

Tracks
1. We6. Train
2. Hammond Song7. Married Men
3. Mr. Sellack8. Runs in the Family
4. Damned Old Dog9. Quitting Time
5. Troubles10. Pretty and High

 

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Artist: Roches

Released: December 14, 1979

Availability: CD, Vinyl

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