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Vienna Teng — 1BR/1BA
Album: Dreaming Through the Noise
Avg rating:
7

Your rating:
Total ratings: 482









Released: 2006
Length: 3:54
Plays (last 30 days): 0
1br/1ba hrdwd flrs w/vw of trees.
1br/1ba prkg space 4 xtra fee.

My little flock of boxes and I surrounded by a painted-white unknown.
Soon as this wall in my heart comes down, I'm gonna make it feel like home.

1br/1ba: A/C was fine 'til yesterday.
1br/1ba: 89 degrees today.

My upstairs neighbors are making sounds that I never want to hear.
I hope they're just moving furniture around, and really liking their ideas.
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Heard those opening notes(before seeing artist name) and thought this might be something a bit more heavily creative, in the realm of Robert Fripp or King Crimson.
A little disappointed, but I still find the instrumentals interesting. Not interested in the lyrics at the moment.
Heard Vienna's voice first listening to Koop.  Been waiting to hear her again ever since
Around two grand.
wow.
 Quasita wrote:
I find this song boring and annoying...  It sounds like someone trying really hard to be Tori Amos and Alison Krauss at the same time.

 
PSD for you then...the rest of us will listen in awe to a truly amazing and creative artist.
Caught my attention immediately...but then her voice is always stunning and perfect.
it has grown on me . . .
I find this song boring and annoying...  It sounds like someone trying really hard to be Tori Amos and Alison Krauss at the same time.
Absolutely great!
 sqqqrly wrote:

  I love VT.  

43% of his ratings are "1".   Maybe he'll find another source of music.
 
What?  Then he wouldn't have anything to whine and swear about.  Solid 8.
Very cool! Dig that fiddle, y'all!!! Yes!
 peter_james_bond wrote:

Excelsior is that you?

 
  I love VT.  

43% of his ratings are "1".   Maybe he'll find another source of music.


 oldman wrote:

{#Lol}
By writing his name it may bring him back
{#Shifty}
 
I think you mean Exidor.

 

 peter_james_bond wrote:

Excelsior is that you?

 
{#Lol}
By writing his name it may bring him back
{#Shifty}

Great, like the piano.
First thing I've liked from her in years. 8
 gekkosan wrote:
Ahh, the finesse, the refinement, the subtlety! One appreciates the intellectual sophistication behind comments like this.
 
Thanks for this. Sometimes I wish Bill would just block these juvenile morons but I guess it is a democracy, for better or worse.


Tasty tune.  Looking forward to seeing her at The Palms in Winters in a couple of weeks
 whtahtefcuk wrote:
over played
 
Judging from the comments, it was played in April, August and December. You call that overplayed?

 whtahtefcuk wrote:
over played
 
Over listened? {#Foot-in-mouth}
 whtahtefcuk wrote:
over played
 

Really? never heard it before, liked it enough to click on the link and give it an 8
over played
Her live versions of this songs are excellent, lot's of energy with a few different variations of the lyrics/presentation. 
I musta been living under a rock, I have her first two albums, but didn't know this one existed. This song's a bit quirky, but catchy. Not sure if it'll stand the test of time for me, but it was an enjoyable little distraction tonight.
Heh, I thought the title was "Dreaming Through the Nose".  Good tune, in any case.
Good luck to everyone moving this weekend. Very apropos song. Oh yeah, and I love Vienna.
tasty
mjwstickings wrote:
"Pontchartrain" and "Recessional," I think, are the two best songs on the album, but this one, which I thought was one of her weaker efforts, has grown on me.
i feel that "city hall" and "nothing without you" are the two best tracks on the album. this one i dont care for, although it's creative and good and fun. the whole album has such a relaxed, loungy feel to it, quite in contrast to the previous album which overall i prefer to "dreaming" her voice on this album is outstanding.
teeFdee wrote:
Couldn't agree more. It's one of my favorite things about RP. And its something I pointed out to my Senator & Congressman. I have bought more music since I started listening to RP than ever before in my life!
lol likewise! ... almost. i bought a ton of music when i was 14-18, but since then till i found RP (28) i wasnt inspired to buy music. RP has added much to my personal musical taste and collection. THANK YOU RP!
Sweet.
MsJudi wrote:
There were a couple of songs on this cd that I liked better... Whatever You Want and City Hall, specifically, but this one isn't bad. She is CUTE AS A BUTTON in person- sweet, soft-spoken and when I met her, seemingly surprised (and genuinely grateful) by her own success.
I'll bet she thought you were cute as a button too.
Really nice. Love the piano!!
Tori Amos + Bobbie Gentry
pixalman wrote:
Always happy to hear on RP yet another great track from an artist I would otherwise have never even heard of. Thanks Bill and Rebecca!
Couldn't agree more. It's one of my favorite things about RP. And its something I pointed out to my Senator & Congressman. I have bought more music since I started listening to RP than ever before in my life!
"Pontchartrain" and "Recessional," I think, are the two best songs on the album, but this one, which I thought was one of her weaker efforts, has grown on me.
Happygirl wrote:
Agreed. It's exactly the way I feel about my upstairs neighbours. :)
i AM those upstairs neighbors. And my fainting couch looks fabulous, thank you.
There were a couple of songs on this cd that I liked better... Whatever You Want and City Hall, specifically, but this one isn't bad. She is CUTE AS A BUTTON in person- sweet, soft-spoken and when I met her, seemingly surprised (and genuinely grateful) by her own success.
mongoose01ca wrote:
I like it. "My upstairs neighbours are making sounds I never want to hear - I hope they're moving furniture around and really like their ideas" Brilliant!
Agreed. It's exactly the way I feel about my upstairs neighbours. :)
Nice. I like this more than her "softer" songs.
Very interesting, funky, pleasant -- nice mix of fiddle and piano, and I like her voice. More please? hohum :)
I like it. "My upstairs neighbours are making sounds I never want to hear - I hope they're moving furniture around and really like their ideas" Brilliant!
Always happy to hear on RP yet another great track from an artist I would otherwise have never even heard of. Thanks Bill and Rebecca!