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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Willow Pattern Songs by Hong Kong in the 60s

They're called Hong Kong in the 60s and they comprised of Mei Yau Kan (vocals, keyboards, guitar); Christopher Greenberg (keyboards, vocals, guitar); and Tim Scullion (guitar, keyboards, vocals) who are pop crusaders as influenced by Bruce Hyack, Delia Derbyshire and Cecil Leuter as they are modern pop. ‘Willow Pattern Songs’ is the band’s debut EP, a space capsule of dreamy synths and Krautrock lullabies.

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