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Pines

I don’t often, or ever, tell people from this blog what they should be listening to. but this is an exception. well, you don’t have to listen to this album, but if you fancy a smooth voice on an autumn-flavored record, then I’m recommending it.

PINES, by A Fine Frenzy, just released yesterday, and upon listening, I said, “Ah, yes. This is excellent and sounds like my heart.” albums like this make me so happy. so that’s why I’m passing it on to you. The video is her introduction to the album and a little bit of insight into the premise behind it. so, I leave you with one of my favorite tracks and hope that your fall day today is as rich and windy as mine is.

c’est un petit bonheur.

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One comment on “Pines

  1. somewherebeyondtheseas
    October 18, 2012

    This is you

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