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Mail music: THE EARLIES King Tut's, Glasgow, October 23.

Byline: MIKE LARKIN

With an impressive 11 people on stage, there was very little room for manoeuvre but that did not stop The Earlies giving an eccentric and enjoyable performance. Tracks such as Wayword Song and new single Morning Wonder were good and the crowd gave the band a lot of encouragement.

The multitude of instruments was impressive but even though they had guitars, keyboards and brass, the sound was surprisingly sparse. While this calls into question the need for such a large ensemble, the band's soft psychedelic style was very impressive.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 31, 2004
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