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  • Audio CD (August 28, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sarathan Records
  • ASIN: B000S2B25W
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #483,071 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sunset Room
2. Monkey
3. Tragically Hip
4. Waiting
5. Consuela
6. Strongest Man In the World
7. Marietta
8. Eyebrows Are Nature's Makeup
9. Dixie It Up!
10. Toxic Shellfish In the Sun
11. Non Lucid Dream
12. Stand On Your Head

Editorial Reviews

Two Loons for Tea emerges from two years of being in the studio, building Sarathan Records and surviving a near finger-amputation involving a buffalo burger - to release their third album. NINE LUCID DREAMS at once delivers on the promise of their critically-acclaimed predecessors and opens up new artistic vistas for the band. Recorded in part at Willie Nelson's Pedernales Studio in Texas and with longtime friends, drummer Matt Chamberlain, bassist Paul Bushnell, keyboard master Patrick Warren, strings wizard Eyvind Kang and others, NINE LUCID DREAMS combines the alchemy of Sarah Scott's hauntingly beautiful vocals and colorfully imaginative lyrics with Jonathan Kochmer's vivid musical vision. Co-produced by Tom Biller and Eric Rosse, NINE LUCID DREAMS is a diverse musical journey.

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"Monkey" is fun to listen to and extremely catchy.
LJ
Following on is "Waiting" which is simply stunning, the deep rich tones of the vocals melt like chocolate and you can't help but fall for them endlessly.
Kizzy, Infuzed Magazine
There are few albums I can think of where I don't feel the need to skip tracks, this is one of them.
alvaro gonzalez

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kizzy, Infuzed Magazine on August 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I think this album has the perfect title - 'Nine Lucid Dreams' - because throughout listening, you almost feel as if your in a dreamlike state. It creates all these visions throughout your mind that sweep and soar around your thoughts. You can picture every word being sung, and it verges on strange, but the kind of strange that you find yourself fascinated by and must get closer to if given the chance to have a more in depth look at it. Though it may not be for everyone (as some just might not get it) I have no doubts it will be loved and cherished by many!

Album opener "Sunset Room" is a sleek, sultry and melodic little number. Bellowing in like wind through a window, the tempo enchants and teases slowing building. They do quite well to give listeners something they've never heard before and it's quite evident that vigorous amounts of body and soul went into putting this together. I like the light and airiness of this; you could easily sit back and listen to this over and over. It does well to set the mood and tone for the rest of the album; this is definitely one of my favourites already, with its sensuous expansions, just simply gorgeous!

"Monkey" bounces in next, it instantly creates a sunny rumba like atmosphere, its perfect listening for the summer season. At times the tempo and vocals remind me a bit of Sheryl Crow's "All I Wanna Do", just because they both attain that infectious beat that you can't help but dance alongside to. The background itself is one not to be ignored, presenting itself in a very poppy and ambient way that easily sweeps you up, drowning your senses in the track.

Following on is "Waiting" which is simply stunning, the deep rich tones of the vocals melt like chocolate and you can't help but fall for them endlessly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nicole Parasida on August 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Words could never do justice to describe this collection of songs that are nothing short of seductively ethereal. The third album from these genius musical dream-weavers has become a frequent sound track to my life. These songs conjure vivid circus character imagery, delivered by the sexy white chocolate vocals of Sarah Scott and complimented by rich, lush, textured layers of musical composition mastery. In this genre-defying CD, every track is phenomenal and I never tire of it; this is a task accomplished by few. Give it a listen-- even if you are on the fence pick up a copy. Every time you listen, you will become more memorized with the seductive, dreamy, sophisticated madness of Nine Lucid Dreams. While you're at it, pick up the other two CD's, I promise Two Loons for Tea is addicting.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BPM on August 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
this album is a great example of when excellent musicianship and thoughtful songwriting meets tasteful and adept production. the strings, mallets, drums, guitars, percussion, horns, keys, bass...all blend well with and compliment the vocals very nicely. it comes together to make a very lush and full sound and you can't help but tap your foot/bob your head to the grooves.

another strong point of this album (and Two Loons in general) is the diversity in songwriting styles. it's easy for an artist/group to fall into a rut and churn out repetitive material - that is NOT the case here.

i highly recommend this album. it's very inventive and well put together - an easy listen for any mood.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LJ on August 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This album is magical. From the very first song to the last the music sweeps you up into another world. The vocals are lovely and compelling and the music is as smooth as ice cream. The title track "Sunset Room" never fails to make a dull day magic and I adore the lyrics. "Monkey" is fun to listen to and extremely catchy. "Tragically Hip" is great to listen to driving around on a rainy day. On the whole this album is just refreshing, it isn't what you're hearing on the radio or the crappy snippets of pop songs they play on MTV now. It's a good sound, very smooth and yet, not dead or flat as trip hop and pop can sometimes be. I highly recommend this CD.
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