My penchant for Neil Finn‘s music is no secret, and when older brother Tim Finn is involved, so much the better. As much as I enjoy the siblings’ classic Split Enz and Crowded House sides, my favorite is “Angels Heap” from their 1995 debut as a duo. (In Australia and New Zealand, both band and album are called Finn, while elsewhere they’re known as Finn Brothers. Go figure. I’m still shaking my head over all that London Suede business that I refused to acknowledge a couple of posts ago, so I’m not one to ask about regional differences in nomenclature.) The spare arrangement and spellbinding harmonies play off each other gorgeously. “Angels Heap” doesn’t demand your attention, but will have it over and over again.