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'Gold Feelings'   

-  Label: 'Blang!'
-  Genre: 'Folk' -  Release Date: '8th December 2014'-  Catalogue No: 'Blang 54'

Our Rating:
‘Gold Feelings’ is a good single and conjures up images of a great summer been and gone and spent in the beer garden. Sergeant Buzfuz are a six piece folk band and they have a rambunctious and ramshackle nature to their work. Just the right (or should I say wrong?) side of professional. Singer Joe has more ‘indie’ stylings to his vocals than a pure folk voice and he also has a way with words. The production is also pretty ‘hands off’ so you get what you hear and you would get the same if you saw them although I imagine it could be a bit more noisy.

‘Gold Feelings’ could be a love song: “I spent hours wondering whether or not to touch her shoulder/but my hands had turned, turned into claws/I tied myself in knots, working out how to unfold her/I said why are you smiling, she said “just because”. ‘Cuckoo Boogie’ is a glam-folk revel; a revel being lively and noisy enjoyment including drinking and dancing. Joe counts us down to to boogie time with a list of different dances. So I guess all in all you could say this is a case of rip, jig and a touch of panic.              
  author: Leo Newbiggin

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