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Two Loons for Tea

by Two Loons for Tea

A sensual, moody and cinematic album with exquisite female vocals and lush multilayered music ranging from trip-hop to pop to jazz, featuring guest performances by members of King Crimson, Critters Buggin, Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians.
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1. Brick Wall
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2. Boy
4:55 album only
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3. Carousel
5:06 album only
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4. Neon Nothing
6:19 album only
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5. Ice Cube Crocodile
4:20 album only
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6. Stones and Bones
4:10 album only
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7. Women Whisper
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8. Strangers
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9. Parachute
5:07 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This was our first album, written and recorded primarily in wintery and overcast Seattle over several years - the mood is somber and reflective. Our later albums -- Looking for Landmrarks and Nine Lucid Dreams -- are more poppy and at times, even sunny.

Although stylistically diverse -- ranging from pop, trip-hop, rock, jazz and drum n' bass -- there is a distinct and consistent essence that is immediately identifiable as "the Two Loons for Tea sound": sensuous, moody, cinematic, and emotionally compelling. We've been told by many people that once they've heard our music, it becomes a soundtrack for that time in their life.

Two Loons for Tea is Sarah Scott (vocals & songwriting) and Jonathan Kochmer (guitars, effects, songwriting & production), with many guest artists.

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A sensual, moody and cinematic album with exquisite female vocals and lush multilayered music ranging from trip-hop to pop to jazz. Features guest performances by members of King Crimson, Critters Buggin, Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians. This is an album of tremendous intelligence and range.
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A music fan (Chicago)

AMAZING!
This album is addictive - wonderfully layered gorgeous music.. and what a line up of muscians everyone from Mike Dillon, Skerik to Brad Houser ... AMAZING.. Sarah's vocals are dreamy.
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Neilneg

Heavenly
I have been utterly obsessing over this album--it is a wonderful combination of jazz, pop, trip hop, electronica, atmospheric guitar, and great raspy/rich vocals, a mix of smoothness with liveliness. It has a flowing, yet energetic sound. And of course the great guitar and vocals.
Heavenly.
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Pearlyd (Oak Park, Michigan)

Best CD of it's type I've heard this year.
I've been following Two Loons on mp3.com for awhile. It's nice to see a band from mp3 take off. The CD is exactly as the band said. Much warmer on disk than online. They have a very lush sound that is reminicent of bands from 4AD. Good use of textures and layered sounds make this a great CD to listen to on a breezy late night driving by a lake as the moon reflects off its surface. It's hard not to put tranquil pictures to their music. Best CD of it's music type I've heard this year.
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