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Warm Nostalgia, Bygone Good Times

Nat Allister
A review of "Peace Child" by Boney Fingers
Written April 24th, 2017, 9:44 am by

Nat Allister FROM Fox & Beggar Theater Inc.

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"Peace Child" is filled with the kind of inspirational classic rock chords and uplifiting synth that belong at the end of a sentimental 70s period film. Wouldn't this be perfect in the final scene of Cameron Crowe's Almost Famous? Or maybe even High Fidelity, with its hip soundtrack of nostalgic pop music. "Peace Child" belongs alongside epic tracks such as the Velvet Underground's "O Sweet Nothing" or The Beta Band's "Dry the Rain" (coincidentally, both on the High Fidelity soundtrack I believe), if that gives you any indication of this song's energetic impact. Pull out your lighters, everyone...Milwaukee's Boney Fingers probably know how to put on a damn good live show. "You've got to rise up singing, reach for the sky/ you must accept the pain, never question why."

"Peace Child" would be an excellent theme song for

the end of a period music-themed drama

"Peace Child" is reminiscent of well-known artists such as

Velvet Underground

When listening to "Peace Child" I am transported to

The 70s.

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