Sweet Pea

by Lowercase Noises

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Nicholas Brant
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Nicholas Brant It's kind of strange to listen to this song. Not long ago my wife's mother passed away from an aggressive cancer. Her nickname was sweet pea. Whenever I listen to this song it reminds me of her later days. It's a beautiful song. Hard to listen to some times, but beautiful none the less.
Will Messer
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Will Messer Made me teary eyed the first time I heard this track, proving these guys are masters of emotion, particularly sadness. Buy it before I regret posting I may have cried.
Bart Furp
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Bart Furp Oddly upbeat title, but this song is right there with "Adagio for Strings" for stopping all internal dialogue.

Excellent cover, too (great work, Terri). This will need a vinyl release! Maybe a 12" EP on orange/purple swirl wax?
Michael Reilly
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Michael Reilly Solemn and delicate, this song captures many heartfelt emotions and presents them in a moving composition of orchestral grace and style. Highly recommended for all those who genuinely 'feel' the beauty of music.
Alex Alexander
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Alex Alexander Somber and slow with long silences and a hint of hope, this is the "goodbye" song I needed to hear. Had me contemplating my own death halfway through the first listen--so, highly recommended.
Jackie Bowett
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Jackie Bowett The one-man guitar orchestra has done it again! Restrained and painful with his trademark frozen-glow guitar pulling human emotion from you, at times sounding like the dying embers of life. The 2:40 swell is sublime! Andy reminds us all that the guitar is a string instrument.
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A flower that means goodbye.

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released April 16, 2015
Jacob Fox - Drums
Aimee Norris - Cello
Maxine Kuo - Violin

Strings engineered and recorded by Matt Kidd

Mixed by Andy Othling
Mastered by Taylor Deupree
Cover art by Terri Othling

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Lowercase Noises Albuquerque

My name is Andy. I'm interested in playing the guitar as slow as possible. This is my music.

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