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Moreau, formerly known as Cousteau, debuted in 1999 with a self-released, eponymous effort showcasing their chocolate-smooth mix of Bacharach-style songwriting with modernist flourishes of groove and electronics. The brainchild of veteran songwriter and piano man Davey Ray Moor, Cousteau also included lead vocalist Liam McKahey, guitarist Robin Brown, bassist Joe Peet (who also contributed violin), and drummer Craig Vear. The debut made quite a stir in the band's London home base, and soon the independent effort was picked up by Palm. Cousteau dropped stateside in 2000, and the combo ruffled feathers with a club tour, come critical appreciation of their strong Scott Walker, Roxy Music, and Nick Cave influences, and brief radio play at adult alternative and modern rock outlets friendly to the combo's burnished sound. Cousteau returned in July 2002 with the luxurious, no less ambitious Sirena and geared up for more touring. Davey Ray Moor surprised the group at the end of their American tour in Boston by declaring his intentions to pursue his own work. After meeting with the remaining members, Liam McKahey, despite being a songwriting novice, took it upon himself to fill the compositional hole left by longtime bandleader Moor, and the group, now joined by keyboard player Dan Moore, returned to the studio to record their third full-length album, Nova Scotia, for their new label Endeavor Records. The record was released in the U.K. in 2005, but a myriad of legal technicalities prevented the group from retaining their longtime moniker. In 2006, Nova Scotia, by the newly minted Moreau, arrived nationally on Ten Little Indian Records. ~ Johnny Loftus
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Track List: One Little Indian Presents

1. Blood And Peanut Butter

2. On The Dance Floor

3. Bonnie Brae

4. Cowboys And Indians

5. Beautiful Son

6. Nova Scotia

7. Open Your Eyes

8. Fresh Flesh

10. The 19th Hole

11. Colours

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