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Waiting For You - Andy Stott - Too Many Voices

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  1. Apr 21,  · Like his two previous albums, Too Many Voices employs the spectral vocals of Stott’s one-time piano instructor, Alison Skidmore. The tracks that put the focus on her soothing intonations have a bittersweet feel, with a pop-tinged lightness that’s grounded by Stott’s subdued abstractions.
  2. Listen to Waiting for You by Andy Stott - Too Many Voices. Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  3. 4th Album from Andy Stott, a follow-up to ’s Faith In Strangers, featuring Fourth World pop variants joining the dots between Haruomi Hosono & Ryuichi Too Many Voices is the fourth album from Andy Stott, recorded over the last 18 months and drawing for inspiration from the fourth-world pop of Japan’s Yellow Magic Orchestra as much as it does Triton-fuelled Grime made 25 years later.
  4. Too Many Voices, an album by Andy Stott on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Apr 15,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Pink Translucent Vinyl release of Too Many Voices on Discogs/5(76).
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  7. Apr 25,  · As an outsider to this intricate dialogue, Too Many Voices ensures a captive audience from the beginning, where dark textures are plunged into high-pitched shimmering on “Waiting For You.” It’s a statement that this album will be different from what came before it, even if those signifiers hold a feeling of familiarity/5.
  8. Album Too Many Voices. New Romantic Lyrics More on Genius "New Romantic" Track Info. Release Date April 22, Too Many Voices Andy Stott. Waiting For You Home; A; Andy Stott; New.
  9. Too Many Voices is the fourth album from Andy Stott, recorded over the last 18 months and drawing for inspiration from the fourth-world pop of Japan’s Yellow Magic Orchestra as much as it does Triton-fuelled Grime made 25 years later.

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