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The Man Who Died In His Boat

by Grouper

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Ryan Schmidt
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Ryan Schmidt I love this album because I can listen to it many times and hear something new, or hear it in a different way. Regardless, it always puts me into a dreamy, wondrous state :) Favorite track: Vital.
Charlie Onions
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Charlie Onions I'm so happy I bought this. What a gorgeous sound. Went and sat on a stone wall in the sun. This is what reverb was made for. Favorite track: Difference (Voices).
Micah Young
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Micah Young I listen to this album when I feel most detached spiritually and emotionally. Due to its insular and “comatose” nature, I added her entire discography to my folk and experimental compilation. Her music gives the same vibes when I listen to Abner Jay, Elizabeth Cotten, Tommy Johnson, Furry Lewis, Roy Montgomery, Xasthur.

Favorite Track: Towers
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Towers 05:19
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STS 06:06
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Living Room 02:22

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released February 4, 2013

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