Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier have made a new record half full of acoustic instruments and half full of the space that's left in between the notes. It's a record that chronicles love in the middle ages, life in the 21st century and the human condition of now, then and what will be. It's an album that gives equal weight to an eight minute rant, a ninety second instrumental miniature and a song sung by their three young daughters. Produced by James Black (the Rockwiz wiz), and encased in a beautiful sculptural cover by Melbourne artist Geoffrey Nees.
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