– Not as commonly suggested Dear Misses is not a misspelling of near misses, but rather a polite form of address that has gradually fallen out of...Read Biography
Not as commonly suggested Dear Misses is not a misspelling of near misses, but rather a polite form of address that has gradually fallen out of time. Yet just because you cannot address unmarried women with the old-fashioned “miss” anymore, it does not mean unattached young ladies do not exist after all.
The vinyl record at hand by the band Dear Misses might be interpreted as outdated alike. In the humid basements of No. 5, Small Town the songs were recorded in the analogue spirit of reel-to-reel audio tapes, oxidation and fust. The delightful manual sound of the 50s and 60s persists due to this gentle revivification and earns consequently the right to eternity. Just like Mademoiselles.
In the manner masters of Jazz and Blues kept their ties sharp in the face of red-hot stage lights, Dear Misses pursues on this processed disc its immoveable idea of music.
Only a matter of attitude.
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