F&M | Wish You Were Here

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Wish You Were Here

by F&M

Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Music By the Sea
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2. Old Photographs
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3. I Pray for the Fog (Becky's Version)
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4. Walk to You (Romanitic Version)
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5. Amsterdam (Trio Version)
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6. Streets of Laredo
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7. Goodnight
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8. I Wish You Were Here
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Wish You Were Here (August 30 2011) is an intimately dashed-off aural postcard from F&M ’s peripatetic trio. 2010 often found them on the road between the Prairies and West Coast, and trekking all the way from Vancouver Island to Ontario. During their travels, F&M refined their new three-piece dynamic: Rebecca and Ryan combined with multi-instrumentalist/production geek Bryan Miot Reichert. Reincarnating their live sound, the album captures the spirit of F&M ’s cross-Canada performances and the musical empathy between three road-seasoned friends and veteran artists. The result is pure emotion and meaning, distilled; every tone and texture is exquisitely weighted and placed, and even silences seem like notes from an eloquent universal instrument. Wish You Were Here continues F&M’s ongoing championing of substance and unflinching exploration of the wilderness of human experience in search of transcendent meaning.


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