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"'How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars' is an introspective record of songs which were written alongside those that appeared on Ignorance. It is intended not to be a follow up, but to be a companion piece, a piece of reflection and quiet, meant to hold stillness in the aftermath. It was recorded live, as a performance; an improvisation, with a group of Toronto jazz musicians. I imagined it as a record of ballads; simple, pure, almost naive, but speaking to many of the same realities as 'Ignorance' does. I see the two albums as two halves of the same coin; the moon and sun, a photograph and a photonegative." - Tamara Lindeman.
"'How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars' is an introspective record of songs which were written alongside those that appeared on Ignorance. It is intended not to be a follow up, but to be a companion piece, a piece of reflection and quiet, meant to hold stillness in the aftermath. It was recorded live, as a performance; an improvisation, with a group of Toronto jazz musicians. I imagined it as a record of ballads; simple, pure, almost naive, but speaking to many of the same realities as 'Ignorance' does. I see the two albums as two halves of the same coin; the moon and sun, a photograph and a photonegative." - Tamara Lindeman.
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How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars [LP]
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"'How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars' is an introspective record of songs which were written alongside those that appeared on Ignorance. It is intended not to be a follow up, but to be a companion piece, a piece of reflection and quiet, meant to hold stillness in the aftermath. It was recorded live, as a performance; an improvisation, with a group of Toronto jazz musicians. I imagined it as a record of ballads; simple, pure, almost naive, but speaking to many of the same realities as 'Ignorance' does. I see the two albums as two halves of the same coin; the moon and sun, a photograph and a photonegative." - Tamara Lindeman.
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