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Shook Twins — Awhile
Album: What We Do
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7.2

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Total ratings: 597









Released: 2014
Length: 3:33
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I could baby I think that I could, I could like, this lovin for awhile.
Cause I forgot what it felt like to feel like this and I could feel, feel like this awhile.
I know you as well as I can know you now without knowin, knowin you awhile.

And I can tell, this, baby this one's gonna be good
Stop thinking bout the end when it's just beginning
Hold my hand to make your head stop spinning
We're spinning.

I could baby I think that I could, I could like, this lovin for awhile.
Cause I forgot what it felt like to feel like this and I could feel, feel like this awhile.

And I can tell, this, baby this one's gonna be good
Stop thinking bout the end when it's just beginning
Hold my hand to make your head stop spinning
Hold my hand,
We're spinning.
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 water wrote:
Why am I reminded of Firefly?
 

Exactly!   It is the same flavor as Joss Whedon's amazing "space western".
 RasterPix wrote:
Proclivities wrote:

I'm not sure, that picture looks more like a moth.


I believe that he was referring to the TV show, not the insect.  {#Roflol} 


 
I figured he was; I was just being silly.  
Like it.  Happyland, Boxcars, now this.  Talk about spinning....
Proclivities wrote:

I'm not sure, that picture looks more like a moth.


I believe that he was referring to the TV show, not the insect.  {#Roflol} 

 water wrote:
Why am I reminded of Firefly?

 
I'm not sure, that picture looks more like a moth.
Why am I reminded of Firefly?
Missed em by a year at the Country Fare, but looking up to this year at the fair.Woot!  Missed those Pig Farm events,but not the traffic, wrong place wrong time thing.... so feeling like some catchup at Katt Wolf event this June. Then more care o a stay a Elfin Wood to catch twins at this years fair!  Thanks to Bill for opening my ears and more!  Cheers!
Can not figure out what I'm missing here. I like EVERYTHING ( except Philip Glass) and this just grates on me. Dirge is what comes to mind. And all their material sounds the same. Yet, everyone seems to connect. Just plain confused.
Top! :)
Wow at first listen Wow...
 calypsus_1 wrote:


So it is: at first glance, i like some songs of the group "Shook Twins". Then listen carefully to the tracks of the last two albums, i have to say this: every artist does what can, what know, and goes as far as their skills and concept artist allows.
Hence, "Shook Twins" show, in fact, a musicality something influenced by the "folk", but then drift to other sounds (formatted) and the final product is more considered and is "formatted" in "pop" and "indie -folk "(now so called randomly "indie"). Fine thing, has its graciousness, but no more than that. In other words, more "down-to-earth" (raw): Intended as "folk-traditional-influenced",  but formatted and streamlined to easily assimilable sounds (and therefore the musical universe of trivial and commonplace), supposedly more consumable and modern, and intends to demarcate the sound reinforcement and design genuinely folk, loud vocal performance, use of instruments with high virtuoso performance (erroneously considered hard, old and archaic). To get to my last sentence, saying that artists, besides wanting to also have to know how to do. :-))  Said.
 
So do you like it or not?
6>7

These women are growing on me.
 GeneP59 wrote:
A little something different. Nice flow, beat, and twang. 
{#Bananajam} 

 
Yes, this is pretty cool.  Somewhat unpredictable changes, nice arrangement, good production.


So it is: at first glance, i like some songs of the group "Shook Twins". Then listen carefully to the tracks of the last two albums, i have to say this: every artist does what can, what know, and goes as far as their skills and concept artist allows.
Hence, "Shook Twins" show, in fact, a musicality something influenced by the "folk", but then drift to other sounds (formatted) and the final product is more considered and is "formatted" in "pop" and "indie -folk "(now so called randomly "indie"). Fine thing, has its graciousness, but no more than that. In other words, more "down-to-earth" (raw): Intended as "folk-traditional-influenced",  but formatted and streamlined to easily assimilable sounds (and therefore the musical universe of trivial and commonplace), supposedly more consumable and modern, and intends to demarcate the sound reinforcement and design genuinely folk, loud vocal performance, use of instruments with high virtuoso performance (erroneously considered hard, old and archaic). To get to my last sentence, saying that artists, besides wanting to also have to know how to do. :-))  Said.

I like this song very much!
Thanks Guys
 subgyro wrote:
Yup, gonna have to check out these guys!

Quite likeable!

 
I'm old, so I still like to differentiate between guys and gals (grrls if you must)., so I'm with Andy on this one.

Plus, they are really pretty in person, unlike most of those airbrushed tartlets aboot the hoose.

Edit, their raison d'etre, the music, ahem, the music, is well worth an evening in a de-consecrated church, which is where I saw them.


A truly remarkable album!!
 subgyro wrote:
Yup, gonna have to check out these guys!

Quite likeable!

 

"...these guys!"  You mean girls.  They are definately one of the better new duos to recently emerge with a nice blend of country-folk having contemporary undertones.  A 7 on first listen. 
One of the best finds this year. Love em. 
Nice{#Sunny}
 Peter_Bradshaw wrote:
{#Wave}.... got my attention
 
Ditto!
Liking. 
{#Wave}.... got my attention
Yup, gonna have to check out these guys!

Quite likeable!
New CD,  I am still impressed!   I really like them.   I wish they would do some dates on the east coast.
A little something different. Nice flow, beat, and twang. 
{#Bananajam}