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Rachel Taylor Brown - World So Sweet album mp3
  • Performer:
    Rachel Taylor Brown
  • Title:
    World So Sweet
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  • Duration:
    43:02
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    1499 megabytes
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    1950 megabytes
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vireo, by Rachel Taylor Brown. from the album Half Hours With the Lower Creatures. 22 May at 16:06 ·. Delighted to be doing this show this Friday 5/24 at The Library with these two bands!

from World So Sweet by Rachel Taylor Brown. Streaming + Download. Rachel was born in Portland and lives nearby with her beloved husband Jay. She makes disturbing yet ultimately sensible songs you can sometimes dance to. She sees loads of ugly and beauty in the world. Trying to capture that sweet and sour thing in a song is what she’s mostly trying to do. She records with audio midwife and dear friend Jeff Stuart Saltzman and his cats. Thanks for stopping by!.

made by rachel taylor brown and jeff stuart saltzman at mysterious beard. cd graphic design by katie taylor. mastered by adam gonsalves of telegraph mastering duplicated at saturn duplication. publicist/contact: Howard Wuelfing at Howlin Wuelf Media.

Listen to music from Rachel Taylor Brown like Susan Storm's Ugly Sister, Stagg Field & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Rachel Taylor Brown. Living in an old house in SE Portland with her beloved husband, Jay, and cat, Rosie, Rachel makes sometimes disturbing yet ultimately sensible songs, mostly on the piano. She’s not a summer-lover and avoids the sun except on cool to cold days. She reads a lot and watches too much tv.

Rachel Taylor Brown, Category: Artist, Albums: Run Tiny Human, Falimy, Half Hours with the Lower Creatures, 7 Small Winter Songs, Ormolu, Biography: Portland, Oregon singer, songwriter, and pianist Rachel Taylor Brown has a quirky alt-pop sound that merges a dark blend of chamber music with an almost glam-tinged arena rock ambience, all driven by eccentric lyrics that tackle difficult (and often unpleasant) subjects, leading one critic to label her style as "creep rock. Brown began playing piano by ear as a child, officially starting lessons on the instrument at six years old, but she always maintained a decidedly maverick approach to music, eventually earning a . from the University of Oregon School of Music.

Rachel Taylor Brown - . album: Half Hours with the Lower Creatures. Missa brevis in A BWV 234: Kyrie. Rachel Taylor Brown - Joe/The Sacred Remains. album: World So Sweet. Alcina: Air (Muzette). album: Händel At Home. Flute Concerto: Largo moderato e cantabile. Rachel Taylor Brown - Sitka/Seward's Folly. Rachel Taylor Brown - Ormolu.

The Sweet was a compilation album released as Sweet's debut album in the US and Canada, substituting for the 1971 UK album Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be. (The band's second album, Sweet Fanny Adams was also not given a US release, but tracks from that and the band's third album Desolation Boulevard were combined on the US version of that album to compensate for this.

Lyrics for top songs by Rachel Taylor Brown. Up You. Rachel Taylor Brown. God. Susan Storm's Ugly Sister and Other Saints and Superheroes.

Credits

Rachel Taylor Brown - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Intro (Sweetness on Earth) Rachel Taylor Brown 3:05
2 Sister Jean Rachel Taylor Brown 5:09
3 Taxidermy Rachel Taylor Brown 3:59
4 Modesto Waltz Rachel Taylor Brown 4:34
5 Anemone Rachel Taylor Brown 3:19
6 Pritty Pinny Rachel Taylor Brown 3:48
7 Scotland Rachel Taylor Brown 3:06
8 How to Make a World Class Gymnast Rachel Taylor Brown 2:35
9 Your Big Mouth Rachel Taylor Brown 2:39
10 Didymus the Twin V. The Divine Sparkler Rachel Taylor Brown 2:57
11 Mercy in Nebraska Rachel Taylor Brown 2:29
12 Moon Rachel Taylor Brown 1:45
13 Joe/The Sacred Remains Rachel Taylor Brown 3:37

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On Rachel Taylor Brown's seventh release, the Portland, Oregon songwriter-singer continues to look at the ugliness in beauty and the beauty in ugliness: the contradictions of the world around us. Brown's 13 tracks offset often upbeat, danceable melodies with dark tales of child abuse, religious skepticism, the death of friends and surgical addiction.Brown's unpredictable arrangement range from an album opener which utilizes 50 massed pianos, to sweet piano pop (the Kate Bush meets the Eels cut "Modesto Waltz") and onto modest minimalism ("Scotland," an eloquent elegy to a deceased colleague).Juxtaposition furnishes potency to bouncy rock tune "Sister Jean," a head-nodding grabber which hides lines about a real-life, teenage girl who died from parental abuse. Impulsively energetic alt-rocker "Taxidermy" applies the scientific presentation of dead animals as a metaphor for people obsessed with plastic surgery. Irony and profanity laces strangely anthemic "Mercy in Nebraska," about families who used the Safe Haven law to abandon children to the government.