Brent Randall and his Pinecones

Quite Precisely

Brent Randall and his Pinecones
Quite Precisely
(Just Friends)
Best known as Mark Bragg’s bass player, Brent Randall steps out in a major way. An ambitious and skillfully written effort, Quite Precisely is driven by Randall’s knack for melody and tasteful piano-playing. “Television and Treasure” conjures the spirit of Mott the Hoople while “In Horsedrawn Delight” marches and soars like classic Britpop. The vocals are occasionally out of key, but Quite Precisely is still one of the best local debuts in recent memory.
—Chuck Teed
categories: Canadian artist

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