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February 13th, 2009

Tailing Timber Timbre

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Following Timber Timbre down the road from Cedar Shakes to Medicinals and further still, to now, to the thing in itself, Timber Timbre, is a trip of subtle shifts. Then, more backwood bedroom hiss. Now, a sense of fullness in the simplicity. Still, the same ghost’s voice, the same chanting and haunting. But now, more laughter behind the chant. Still, the same road. But the dark outside has gotten deeper–more silent with more purpose.

[download] Home from Cedar Shakes

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There Is A Cure from Medicinals

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Lay Down In The Tall Grass from Timber Timbre

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-Josh

6 Comments »

  1. […] backing him up musically. Bought this album on the same show with Bruce Peninsula on Feb 6th. Timber Timbre music is indie folk alternative. Slow, melancholy, dark ballady and intimate feel is all over in […]

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    Comment by Jennifer — February 15, 2009 @ 11:27 pm
  3. […] backing him up musically. Bought this album on the same show with Bruce Peninsula on Feb 6th. Timber Timbre music is indie folk alternative. Slow, melancholy, dark ballady and intimate feel is all over in […]

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