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Morcheeba recently performed a studio session at WFUV.
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April 20, 2011 Normally, London's Morcheeba sounds quite a bit like Portishead or Massive Attack, who make music using samplers and sequencers. In this WFUV studio session, Morcheeba takes a different approach by breaking out the acoustic guitars and piano to reconstruct its songs.
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September 29, 2005 For many music listeners, a band's identity is inextricably tied to the lead singer. But the founding brothers of the British group Morcheeba decided to buck that conventional wisdom by parting ways with one singer and creating a new sound with someone else.
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