Terrascope Review: PHANTOM LAKE
So I’m sat here on St. Patrick’s Day, celebrating the wearing (and hearing) of the Green (Pajamas), snuggled up with a Bushmills and a CroMagnon Black Irish. For this, the final installment in the 15-year saga cobbled under the “Northern Gothic” umbrella is perhaps their most intimate, darkest, and personal album in an illustrious career about to enter its fifth decade!...

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Collecting various 45s, released over the years the prolific Pajamas, deliver a cracking new cohesive record, which could well be their finest to date and if you don’t have any of their previous records this one would make a good place to start. [Read More...]
Active Listener Review: New Pajamas And GATHERED LEAVES
A new Green Pajamas album is always cause for celebration, and "To The End Of The Sea" may well be their best for a decade... [Read More...]
The Upshot: A welcome return to a time when adventure and experimentation went well beyond the mindless gimmickry and superfluous trappings found in today’s more pretentious pop. [Read More...]
"If To The End of the Sea seems like an echo of another age, it’s also a welcome return to a time when adventure and experimentation went well beyond the mindless gimmickry and superfluous trappings found in today’s more pretentious pop. This is ambition of another kind, the supple effect of a more mesmerizing kind of music." [Read More...]
TO THE END OF THE SEA: A "Masterpiece"
Google translation from Spanish:

Another who deserves a monument is JEFF KELLY, one of the most underrated composers ever... [Read More...]
Active Listener Review: If You Knew What I Dreamed LP
"Jeff Kelly (who has always written the majority of Green Pajamas material) is a bit of a genius, a graduate from the classic school of pop songwriting who combines Beatlesque melodies with imagery you'd more reasonably expect to encounter in classic gothic literature..." [Read More...]
Terrascope Review: If You Knew What I Dreamed LP
"It is well known that the Terrascope has had a long time love for The Green Pajamas and this release can only deepen this love as it contains live in the studio versions of some of their finest moments plus a couple of new songs..."
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"...Pre-Raphaelites and circuses might not immediately have much in common, but you get the connection when you hear the album. The Green Pajamas don't make rose-tinted psych-pop, they make sepia-tinted psych-pop, the songs acting as snapshots of 19th century realism. Only 250 copies of this album were pressed, which I expect will sell out in double quick time, so don't dawdle with those orders!" [Read More...]
Why Do Bands Stay Together?
If anyone in town knows how to foster longevity, it's Jeff Kelly. His melodious psych-rock band the Green Pajamas have existed since 1984...
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A sweet cool breeze blew in my front door Sunday afternoon as I watched Jordan Spieth win the 2015 U.S. Open golf title on Father’s Day. Somehow it reminded me of being in Seattle, 16 years earlier... [Read More...]
Blurt's HALLOWEEN! Review
Between their first album Summer of Lust and the ambitious follow-up Book of Hours, Seattle stalwarts the Green Pajamas issued a blink-and-you-missed-it cassette of eight tunes under the title Happy Halloween in October of 1984... [Read More...]
Coffee By Reckless Moonlight (Get out your Greek dictionaries)
Κάπου ανάμεσα στο εκπληκτικό δεύτερο (Book Of Hours) και το τρίτο (Ghosts Of Love) album των Green Pajamas, o Jeff Kelly, κιθαρίστας και τραγουδιστής τους, ηχογραφεί μία κασέτα για την Green Monkey Records... [Read More...]
When Susanne Kelly finally decided to quit her mind-numbing job at a Seattle medical facility, she cleaned the toxins from her system by making a semi-psychedelic folk album, By Reckless Moonlight (Green Monkey), with her husband Jeff Kelly, the singer, songwriter and guitarist behind the Green Pajamas for more than 30 years... [Read More...]
Americana UK HALLOWEEN Review
Seattle's long running purveyors of psychedelic tinged power pop, Green Pajamas, have a back catalogue that could defeat all but their most dedicated fans. Initially formed in the post punk DIY early eighties by Jeff Kelly and Joe Ross their initial releases were basically home recordings issued on cassette to friends and local fans... [Read More...]
Happy Halloween! "A Must-have"
This 77-minute CD includes the second, VERY limited (just 10 copies...) The Green Pajamas tape Happy Halloween! from 1984 released on CD for the first time. In addition to the eight tracks from that release there are 13 other tracks that the boys recorded on tape recorder in the basement rehearsal place around the same time thirty years ago... [Read More...]
Green Monkey Records' excavation of the Green Pajamas' back catalogue has been an impressive undertaking which I'm sad to see the end of, but they go out with a bang here!... [Read More...]
REVIEW: “Happy Halloween!”
Halloween 2014 is behind us now but this album by the Green Pajamas was released before October 31st and in truth, it’s music that is non-seasonal, which is good... [Read More...]
Moonlight Review (translation)
"Coffee in Nepal" was recorded by Jeff and Susanne Kelly between 1985 and 1987 Picked by hand in a 4 track deck, would be published on cassette in 1987 and reissued on vinyl five years after giving birth to a mini-garage psychedelic cult... [Read More...]
"Haunting folk rock from Seattle singer and his wife"
Jeff Kelly is known as the leader of two Seattle bands: the enduring "Green Pajamas" with its reminiscent psychedelic rock, and "Goblin Market" with its obeisance to the excitement of Christina Rossetti's poem... [Read More...]
Seattle PI Review
There is poetry in these songs. They are the kind you will want to hear again and again... [Read More...]
By Reckless Moonlight Review
If you’re a fan of the Seattle band the Green Pajamas, you should know who Jeff Kelly is. If you’ve been a fan of theirs since the 80′s, you may have heard of an album Jeff did with his then-new wive Susanne called Coffee In Nepal... [Read More...]
elsewhere Review
Jeff and Susanne Kelly; By Reckless Moonlight (Green Monkey): The Seattle singer-songwriter and mainman behind the excellent band Green Pajamas (as well as conducting other projects outside that GP remit of '66-influenced Beatlesque pop-rock) has also appeared frequently at Elsewhere, and we never tire of hearing new projects or tapes pulled from the vaults... [Read More...]
Blurt's Moonlight Review
Putting the Green Pajamas on hold for a minute, prolific Seattle singer/songwriter Jeff Kelly teams with his painter/singer wife Suzanne for By Reckless Moonlight, a semi-sequel to the pair’s 1987 wedding album Coffee in Nepal... [Read More...]
Terrascope Interview with Jeff and Susanne
Green Monkey seem to be marketing the new album as a Coffee In Nepal sequel, but I didn’t really get that vibe. It doesn’t seem to be a concept album and doesn’t really reconnect with any of the themes or songs on that album. Do you consider this “Coffee II” and if so, what is the connection?
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