The Sweater Set | Surprise Visit

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Surprise Visit

by The Sweater Set

Intricate Soprano harmonies soar over multi-instrumental arrangements of ukulele, guitar, flute, hand percussion, and even kazoo. Listeners are invited into a world of musically elaborate gossip about the perils of courtship, lust, and heartbreak.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Roger That
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2. List of Things
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3:54 album only
3. I'm Sure You're Hip
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2:25 album only
4. It's Not Me
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2:51 album only
5. Cop a Feel
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6. Stick Around
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3:57 album only
7. Home Together
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8. Nostalgia
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9. Dreamlife
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10. Truly I Do
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"Surprise Visit" was recorded mostly live by Jason Chmiola of Blue House Productions. One evening in the early spring of 2009, Maureen Andary and Sara Curtin waltzed into the studio, took their seats, and within the period of only a few short hours banged out what you will experience here on "Surprise Visit". With Jason's help and guidance, the girls flew through the songs stopping only to catch their breath and find their instruments for the next track. Almost every song on this album has a different instrumental make-up ranging from guitar & kazoo to ukulele & flute.


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