Pavlov’s Cat is the project of London singer-songwriter, James Hibbins, taking various formats since 1999 from solo to 4 piece band. The 2004 album, Burlington Road, features 11 tracks including stripped back acoustic arrangements but primarily harder edged full-band songs capturing the energetic sound of the festival lineup. Producer/Engineer and in-demand session drummer, Jason Bangers, brought out the punchier side of the band with the sound of tracks such Traditional English murder ballad Lord Thomas being compared to Led Zeppelin III’s driving acoustic rock. Strong, rolling melodies and tight three part harmonies abound with Hibbins’ dark wit and love of both English Folk and hook-laden classic pop songwriting much in evidence. Songs include the infuriatingly catchy Stripped to the Bone, a treatise on drunkenly putting the world to rights, plaintive power-folk Wash Away and slice-of-misery live favourite Burlington Road.
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