More Songs About Insects and Fruit

by Origami Sun

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about

This album was recorded in the apartment that April & I share in Port Chester, NY. Recording took place in small doses on weekends and weekday mornings spanning from December 2013-April 2014 (basically whenever I wasn't working). Most of these songs were written either partially or entirely during a 2-month span in the winter of 2012-2013 when I was laid off of work. If you're ever in the position where you cannot find a steady paycheck for a few months, I would definitely recommend songwriting. I found it to be an incredibly satisfying experience. Anyway, I'll shut up now and let you enjoy the songs!

Also, I'd just like to thank everyone that took time out of their lives to help make this album a reality. So, thanks!

-Andhi!

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released May 23, 2014

- Here's the personnel:

Andhi O'Neill - Songs, vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo, Casio MT-68, electric bass, various percussion instruments (bass drum, Farmer Foot Pedal, tambourine, seed rattle, maracas, snare drum, wood block, sand paper, rain stick), harmonica, Casio SK-1, melodica, trombone, kazoo, ukulele, autoharp, & Monotron.

Matthew Pop - Vocals on "Nectarine", "Prettier", & "Mangoes". Electric bass on "Nectarine", "Prettier", & "Hear Me Sleep". Drums on "Prettier", "Hear Me Sleep", & "the Anthropologist". Production advice throughout recording process.

Ryan Loizzo - Upright bass on "Song for a Sunday Morning", "You Don't Know What You Are", "Butterfly Blues", & "the Anthropologist".

April Browne - Handclaps on "Prettier".


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