WhitherwardSleeping With A Stranger
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Tuesday, June 27, 2017 9:00:39 PM
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Tuesday, June 27, 2017 9:02:24 PM
stations playing this song              
Voices of Angels
Groovy and 60's Style
Itso's Earworms
Eve's New Car
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When the person you thought you knew turns out to be a total stranger.


Song Comments

Itso's Earworms
What an unusual, yet awesome song! Definitely in my Top 5 favorite songs from the entire discography of this band (yes, I have explored their entire discography :P). I love the waltz rhythm and feel to it, which (like every song in 3/4 meter, with some good melodies) makes me feel like I wanna spin in circles... except with my 2 left feet I can't dance anything properly, let alone - waltz...LOL But the feel is in there regardless, and it's lovely. Also, I have to say I'm generally not a fan of classical/opera style singing, and the vocals in this one are definitely influenced by that style a bit; and yet on this occasion I like it, as it somehow fits the song perfectly; which I guess makes sense, given the aforementioned waltz vibe. And finally, a big THANK YOU to the artists for uploading this song on IMP now, although it's an older one, not from the new album. I will keep nagging them for other such "old" favorites of mine (I put "old" in quotes, because I'm sure to most listeners in the IMP community those songs are new, simply because they have never heard them; which is something I think should definitely change ;)).


Eve's New Car
Another good one from one of my favorites. It's so nice to see them getting so much love at IMP.


Groovy and 60's Style
Ashely and Edward! This is my 102rd song in my 100 song station. I was going to hold it to 100 songs for now, but look at what happened! Should I blame you, or should I blame Itso for introducing us? I cannot decide, so I'll just blame myself. I want to be thoroughly familiar with your songs when we meet 81 days from now in Omaha. And so, you do not have to explain the name for the gentle reader I will do so: Whitherward: "Middle English word dating back to 1150-1200. adverb, Archaic - toward what place; in what direction." As you told me; what a great name for a traveling duo!


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