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Songs of Goodbye

by annabella

Husband/wife duo creating mellow, indie-pop reminiscent of The Sundays, Innocence Mission.
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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1. La Ciudad
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2. Lost You
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3. Life is Sitcom
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4. See You Again
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5. You're Still Laughing
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6. Fading Away
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7. Underneath
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8. Follow Me to the Sound
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9. It Comes Down
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10. Flood the Lights
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We’re annabella, a husband-wife duo from Georgetown, TX. We started writing songs together in the late 90s and completed our first self-titled album in 2002. We have since been compared to such artists as The Sundays, Innocence Mission, and Mazzy Star. Some say we come across as uncomplicated, analog pop, which is nice since we tend to believe much of our charm lies in our simplicity. “Songs of Goodbye,” our second release completed in late 2005 was recorded in our home studio, las olas recordings. This album unintentionally developed into a thematic project befitting a bittersweet indie-film. We like to call it our hello-goodbye/goodbye-hello album. Take your pick. Equal parts happy and sad, the songs produce a concoction that goes down nicely.

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Indiespinzone

A genuine treasure and a must own
Annabella - "Songs Of Goodbye" Criminal, simply criminal. Not this album but my behavior in waiting so long to review it. My crime is somewhat abated because almost everyone else missed this album entirely. With all the problems and requests I had last year it was only over Christmas that I finally got to listen to this and I sat spellbound and transfixed by what I heard. What I was hearing was one of the most lovely, touching and impassioned albums to delight my ears in some time. This Texas husband and wife band often and immediately get compared to the Sundays, and while Terri Dittmars voice does at times bear a strong resemblance to Harriet Wheeler, Harriets is more angst ridden while Terris soars with an angelic beauty. It is an instrument this woman knows how to wield. I mean WOW, this thing is just heaping with gobs of ravishing beauty. Musically it falls someplace between an ambient soft rock and folk but the arrangements are quite unique and well thought out and include a number of imaginative touches, such as over emphasising the fret/string slide noises on Lost You so much they intentionally become part of the musical structure of the song. If a word was to come to mind when thinking of this album it would be inspired. Inspired in the way it is sung, and instantly catching in it's pop hooks and melodic beauty. It takes you on a walk thru the darkest places, but Terris voice is like a tinkerbell in a lantern which comforts and keeps you walking towards the promise of hope at the end of that long dark road. Had I done my job and reviewed this last year it would certainly have been in my top ten list. I was going to retro that decision but since nobody has yet apparently discovered this gem yet and they are going on tour for it this spring I will include it in this years final, and it WILL be there. A genuine treasure and a must own.
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Rob

Some very good material
Googling for "like Innocence Mission" brought me here, and I tried some samples, and I really like these tracks! In a way the music is like the Innocence Mission, but it's also very unique, while having that same tranquility and easy-pop sound. I really like these songs, and I'd like to hear more.
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