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An excellent album, seems to have gone unnoticed...
I was listening to an interview with Sean the other night where he talked about all sorts of stuff including the concept of the album: Berry Adams, a garage mechanic who abandons his life to pursue a song in the sand, and then tries to build his idea of paradise(Talahomi)but doesn't get so far because his 'shoelaces are untied' and 'we are hungry we're tired'. Wonderful stuff.
Sean has done some great arrangements in the past but none as gorgeous as those on Talahomi Way.