The Beloved’s front man, Jon Marsh, comes off as a New Agey Bryan Ferry, purring cosmic, romantic sentiments (like ”Lose yourself in me”) all over his second U.S. album, Conscience. Whereas Ferry infused rock with sensuality, Marsh and his wife-partner, Helena, lace their ethereal mix with house grooves that seduce and hypnotize. Their first video, ”Sweet Harmony,” features a nude Marsh humming amidst a bevy of bare bohemian babes, all seated in a swirling mist. Music to steam by indeed. B+
ConscienceThe Beloved's front man, Jon Marsh, comes off as a New Agey Bryan Ferry, purring cosmic, romantic sentiments (like ''Lose yourself in me'') all over his...ConscienceRockThe Beloved's front man, Jon Marsh, comes off as a New Agey Bryan Ferry, purring cosmic, romantic sentiments (like ''Lose yourself in me'') all over his...1993-04-09
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Atlantic
Posted April 9 1993 — 12:00 AM EDT
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