|1. Legal Man - Belle And Sebastian|
|2. Judy Is A Dick Slap - Belle And Sebastian|
|3. Winter Wooskie - Belle And Sebastian|
CD single features 'Legal Man' plus 2 non-LP tracks - 'Judy Is A Dick Slap' & 'Winter Wooskie'. 2000 Matador Records.
Those wacky Belle & Sebastian kids, apparently killing time between exceedingly sensitive art-pop albums, toss out a smirking ode to legal professionals that's awash in fake sitar licks and chipper Mamas & the Papas harmonies. Along with the title track, we also get the thankfully instrumental "Judy Is a Dick Slap" and the Bacharach-tinged "Winter Wooskie." The latter, with its wistful piano, airy vocals, and innocent penny whistle, is the closest thing to what we've come to expect from the U.K.'s most refined pop band. On reflection, this EP is a bit of a throwaway, really, but if you're a Belle & Sebastian fan, you'll want to own it. --Bill Forman
The Legal Man cd single is a solid effort saved by the title track. "Legal Man" is a slice of 60's pop with a bouncy beat and sprightly vocals. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2002 by P Magnum
Legal man is a classy northern soul number. If you are a DJ this will fit into a soul or funk set very well! Read morePublished on Oct. 16 2001 by Ape
Listening to "Legal Man," you wouldn't believe it was recorded only a year ago... very 60s. "L-O-V-E love, it's coming back, it's coming back. Read morePublished on June 10 2001 by Evan Streb
I have not heard enough of this album to see how good it is, but from what I heard of it I think it going to be a very good album when it's finished.Published on May 26 2001 by samantha wiggins
actually i think all the albums of belle&sebatain are quite similar,i get a bit bored when listening to them successively. Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2000 by "diulay"
This single is surely a little different from the rest of their material. They seem to pick up the pace a bit more but not as good as before. Read morePublished on June 23 2000 by Robert Morreall
There is something literary about "If You're Feeling Sinister" that I really like. It is sensitve and intelligent, but with an edge -- not sappy. Read morePublished on June 6 2000