Music Review: 'The Charlatans UK' | EW.com

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The Charlatans UK Scavenging the late '60s and early '70s for inspiration, the Charlatans blast Hammond-organ-dominated rave-ups, striving to evoke old Stones but...The Charlatans UKRock Scavenging the late '60s and early '70s for inspiration, the Charlatans blast Hammond-organ-dominated rave-ups, striving to evoke old Stones but...1995-09-15
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The Charlatans UK

Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Atlantic, Beggars Banquet

Scavenging the late ’60s and early ’70s for inspiration, the Charlatans blast Hammond-organ-dominated rave-ups, striving to evoke old Stones but sounding more like Delaney & Bonnie. Energetic, sincere, and a bit thin-voiced, featuring slide guitars and hummable tunes, their enthusiastic retro-ing recalls a more current model: the Black Crowes with hipper references. B

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