Symptom (Live)

Acoustic Minds

Symptom (Live)
Performed By Acoustic Minds
Album UPC 884502977820
CD Baby Track ID 8051891
Label Acoustic Minds
Released 2011-01-08
Rated 0
ISRC uscgh1170951
Year 2011
Spotify Plays 102
Songtrust Track ID 2267087
Writers
Writer Jennifer L Price
Songwriter ID 21395
PRO ASCAP
Pub Co The AM Acoustic Minds
Writer Aaron Jacob Altemose
Songwriter ID 229679
PRO BMI
Pub Co CD Baby Publishing
Writer Josh Lorenzen
Songwriter ID 229680
PRO BMI
Pub Co CD Baby Publishing
Writer Amanda J Price
Songwriter ID 229681
PRO BMI
Pub Co CD Baby Publishing
Composer Aaron Jacob Altemose, Amanda J Price, Jennifer L Price, Josh Lorenzen
ClearanceFacebook Sync License,Traditional Sync,YouTube Sync ServiceOne Stop
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Publishing
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - United States
Lyrics Language English

Description

live drum n bass, down tempo soul

Notes

recorded 25 live shows this summer and into fall with new members of Acoustic Minds
the music has grown, evolved. we are proud of it!
ENJOY and let us know what you think!!
New band, new sound, amazing vibe!
engineered and mixed by Aaron Altemose
mastered by Ryan Foster at Freq.
It's a compliment to Acoustic Minds to say that their new album, "Live From the Living Room," doesn't really sound like a live recording. The between-song banter and audience response are missing, and the performances are studio-perfect -- but it still retains the warmth and energy usually only seen and felt on stage.

Chalk that up to twin sisters and band leaders Jen and Amanda Price, whose soulful voices harmonize in a way only siblings can. Their interplay and chemistry add extra depth to their heartfelt tunes as they and their ace band march, soar, tremble and tease through 18 songs covering soul, folk, pop and rock terrain.

Their pursuit of perfection -- sonically and as songwriters -- may fly in the face of Portland's reigning lo-fi aesthetic, but it makes for some truly enjoyable, radio-friendly pop. If you're a fan of Modest Mouse or the Dandy Warhols, you'll probably find Acoustic Minds excessive. If you love the soulful grit of Lauryn Hill and Sheryl Crow, you should catch them in their natural setting -- on stage -- Barbara Mitchell - The Oregonian (January 6, 2011)

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