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Of Love, Scorn & Insecurity

by Crossing Togo

The alternate tunings of an acoustic guitar are the root of the songs - atmospheric, dynamic, mystical and melodic. Lyrically impressionistic and poetic.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Almost Melancholy
4:45 album only
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2. Delilah
5:01 album only
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3. Ted B's Wish
3:41 album only
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4. BiscuitHead
4:25 album only
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5. Anything
4:15 album only
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6. Walk
3:26 album only
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7. Near Dusk
3:39 album only
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8. Autumn Sunshine
3:43 album only
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9. Like Water
4:29 album only
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10. And When We Say Goodbye
4:43 album only

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Album Notes
From Envy Magazine Review 11/30/2009, by critic Jack Frink:

"This atmospheric, unabashedly beautiful album introduces the complementary talents of guitarist/composer Scott Spencer and singer/lyricist Ko. The two have the type of compositional dexterity of hardened session men, and they achieve a naturalness together that makes their best songs sound as if they’ve existed forever.

The album is characterized by deftly waltzing quasi-ballads where Ko’s sophisticated alto vocals swim inside Spencer’s luxurious arrangements. Spencer has an alternating rhythm/lead style that takes its cues from The Edge’s spiky, echoing lead lines and Johnny Marr’s layered, rippling rhythm work."


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