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From Our Living Room To Yours

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Magnificent Seventies
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Using the Hope Diamond as a Doorstop
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Blue Chaise
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Where Have All the Good Boys Gone
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White House
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Two Way Diamond I
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Two Way Diamond II
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Don't Wake Me
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 44:41

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Amazing From Start to Finish

truetaco

While Amansets later albums became wonderfully poppy and beautiful in their own regard, the whispy, dreamy From Our Living Room to Yours is one of my all time favorites. These songs start off simply but are built upon repetition and layering of every instrument including the vocals, until they become a swirling musical nebula. Peaks and valleys abound throughout the record, and it should be played from start to finish, but "Don't Wake Me" is an amazing single song example if you need one. Great road trip/scenery music.

They Say All Music Guide

The American Analog Set’s wonderful second album delivers upon all the promise of their debut: From the spellbinding opener “Magnificent Seventies” onward, From Our Living Room to Yours weaves a sonic tapestry of remarkable intricacy and texture. Andrew Kenny’s songs are more subtly dynamic here than on The Fun of Watching Fireworks, further exploring the strengths of his taut, austere compositions; vocals are at an even greater premium than before, translating as extended instrumental passages wherein the group’s minimalist melodies achieve a trance-like power. Lisa Roschmann’s Farfisa remains AmAnSet’s greatest asset, limning tracks like “Using the Hope Diamond as a Doorstop” and “Where Have All the Good Boys Gone” with an energy and warmth which set the band far apart from the darker impulses of their Texas psych-rock contemporaries — From Our Living Room to Yours is truly a thing of beauty. – Jason Ankeny

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