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They are unbelievably talented and make genre-less music that's unmistakable.
This is music that is meant to be LISTENED to, immersing yourself in the story of a mother's illness, her eventual death, and her son's pain in dealing with it.
The orchestration is brilliant, incorporating most strings, quasi-operatic vocals, acoustic piano, and acoustic guitar.
I wish I could adequately convey how deeply profound and joyfully meaningful this album is to me. The gravitas is the kind of introspection that reminds the listener of people who... Read morePublished 8 months ago by MPdrsn
I really really tried to like this CD a lot especially under the circumstances it was made, but I couldn't do it. Not even after numerous listens. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Zesty Droog
I do not think I can put into words the feelings conveyed on this album. Regardless of your preferences and tastes in music, you can find something to love here.Published 11 months ago by Sean Gillen
I can't even explain how amazing this album is. I found "An Artist's Song" first because I caught it playing vaguely in Starbucks and then later, it was just there in my tagged... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this CD after reading an article in the WSJ on the top 10 CDs of 2012. I went through and listened to the CD multiple times but in the end other than the song Golden... Read morePublished 21 months ago by PT in NC
This is a gorgeous, lush album from a group of very talented musicians. I am surprised that it did not make the lists of any of the indie or NPR dj's here in Seattle, because out... Read morePublished 22 months ago by jen
Amazing songwriting, beautiful and haunting horn parts, and OH that voice. If you ever have a chance to see this band live, DO IT. Read morePublished 22 months ago by C. Tan
These songs are so staggeringly beautiful. I was lucky enough to see Living in Trees perform these songs at Duke University backed by an orchestra. Read morePublished 23 months ago by P. T. Mampilly
This emotional trip through the painful time after the death of a mother shouldn't be passed up. This is poetry; this is quality. Buy it.Published on November 6, 2012 by Amazon Customer