Yael Wand | Antinomy

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Antinomy

by Yael Wand

A lush, rootsy and hauntingly honest offering delivered with honey coated vocals. From the crevices of desire and anguish all the way to the lush landscape of mountains or mid-eastern deserts.
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Antinomy's Tune
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2. Jerusalem
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3. From Now On
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4. Yesterday's News
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5. Without A Dream
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6. Trouble
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7. You are not my life
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8. Living In Grey
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9. Easily Distracted
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10. The Great Divide
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11. One Stroke
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12. For A While
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13. It's Raining Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In her first full length solo album, Canadian singer-songwriter Yael Wand weaves together a collection of original songs that is refreshing, perceptive, and haunting. Antinomy is the necessity of contradictions, the force that fastens life together and thrusts it apart. The 2004 release was recorded live in a Vancouver church and at SOS Studios and produced by Wand and Sam Ryan (Rae Spoon, Anna Baignoche, Sonic Joy).

Antinomy speaks of the turbulence that life ignites between our personal truths and the stories unfolding around us. Inspired by her travels over the past four years, Wand leads a journey that delves into the hidden crevices of desire and anguish, and then floats over the lush landscape of mountains or mid-eastern deserts. Her vocals are mesmerizing: clear, warm, and honey coated – Wand offers a soft and humble carpet on which to float through 13 passionate tracks. With Wand on guitar and backed by some of Vancouver’s finest musicians.

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