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Review Of ‘I Thought Of You’, By Julie Doiron

Review of ‘I thought of you’, by Julie Doiron: new opportunities.

‘I thought of you’
Julie Doiron

You’ve Changed

Indie rock


In the first collection of new solo compositions published in a decade, the Canadian artist, assisted by the hyperactive Daniel Romano , sings of lost loves and new opportunities on an instrumental base of country-folk profiles that is similarly close to psychedelia (‘Just when I thought’) that looks into the eyes of Neil Young and Crazy Horse (the wonderful ‘The letters we sent’) or even disappears to give all the prominence to the magnificent voice of Doiron (‘Back to the toilet’).

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