As far as heavy weight musical trios go, 'Seeker Lover Keeper' are up there with the best of them. They may not have the pop prowess of Bananarama, the overtly sexual charms of Destiny's Child or the classic appeal of The Supremes; however, they do have a collective presence and musicality that makes them a superior group. As three individual talents in their own right, Seeker Lover Keeper are akin to the previous amalgamated trio' (that they are doffing their collective caps to) made up of Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris. Although they may not be as brassy, or as bold, in their own way, they are still dropping any idea of pretension and one-up-man-ship for the combined good of the music and the group. Rather than a conventional group where tensions can run high and competition within the ranks very often causes ultimate implosion, here, for their debut at least, we have harmonious creativity in abundance.
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