The Cherry Orchard's second album, The World
is Such a Groovy Place, has managed to capture their gorgeous
pop sensibilities at their peak. Songs about love, regret, and
all the other groovy things that make up the dreamy world where
romantics live have been molded into pop perfection.
Throughout 1999, Jason Smith and Sara Onyett have
recorded and produced the album of 11 tracks with engineer Kimberly
Rew (the Soft Boys). The result is a classy, stylish mix of retro-pop
and starry romance. The band's label, the incomparable Riviera,
style Barons of Bordeaux, say "this CD is a huge step forward
from their first album... keeping the same ingredients but adding
something special which will make you fall in love with it immediately."
The mp3s selected from this record are very fine
examples of the group's romantic pop style. Love Among the Stars
is a romantic, dreamy track with a sing-along chorus and brilliant
instrumentation. Feels Like Sunday is a bright pop song that nicely
showcases the vocal talents of both Sara and Jason. Enjoy!