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Disturbing The Air

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Mighttheone Another in the catalog, AZITA has songs, on all her albums, songs that age and become new conversations and digressions. This album, cleverly titled, Disturbing the Air, maybe intentionally, AZITA and a piano, where there is space, it hangs, silence as effect, pace and tension, but also beautiful songs, September is, Should I Be - good God!!
Saucer
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Saucer Listening to Pastoral (Gazelle Twin) reminded me of how much I like Azita, because that's how a brain works, evidently. So happy to see Azita's Drag City releases here on BC. (I also recommend her album, as AZ, Music for Scattered Brains.)
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Parrots 04:51
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September 03:42
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Should I Be? 06:11
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Keep Hymn 06:39

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Everybody's got something to hide except for AZITA and her grand piano! Actually, for every moment of forbidden knowledge sung here, there's another moment behind it still in the shadows. Sorch tongs, you dig? A pensive, black-eyed beauty of hope and heartburn.

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released September 20, 2011

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