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Wake the Bear

Wake the Bear

Wake the Bear


A humble, dreamy lushness is crafted with acoustic guitars, keys, synths, layered voices and heart-swelling string sounds, all tied together by Cunningham’s emotive, vivacious lead vocals, which have the kind of effortless elasticity that only truly great singers can pull off. - CityBeat, October 2005 Wake the Bear is the new project from former Promenade vocalist/songwriter, Scott Cunningham. More woe; less rock. More keys; less guitar. Written, recorded and produced by Cunningham, Woe is Meat was released in October 2005. Read more on Last.fm
A humble, dreamy lushness is crafted with acoustic guitars, keys, synths, layered voices and heart-swelling string sounds, all tied together by Cunningham’s emotive, vivacious lead vocals, which have the kind of effortless elasticity that only truly great singers can pull off. - CityBeat, October 2005 Wake the Bear is the new project from former Promenade vocalist/songwriter, Scott Cunningham. More woe; less rock. More keys; less guitar.

Written, recorded and produced by Cunningham, Woe is Meat was released in October 2005. • Showcase Slot, MidPoint Music Festival 2005 • Supporting slots for Bob Mould, Andrew Bird For his debut, titled Woe Is Meat, Cunningham goes truly solo, recording and performing all the instrumentation himself. Like the Flaming Lips on downers, the disc has an orchestral tinge that is countered by a somewhat melancholic spirit. With its climbing melodies and sensual atmospherics, the album, while distinct, falls somewhere between Bright Eyes’ Digital Ash in a Digital Urn and Arcade Fire’s Funeral. Woe Is Meat is a luminous, textural bedroom magnum opus, as good as any one-man-band album you’ll ever hear. - CityBeat Magazine, October 26, 2005 ...lilting, falsetto melodies, acoustic lushness and an emotional vibe that’ll send tingles up your goosebumps.

Chilled-out Arcade Fire, Promenade, Bright Eyes on helium... - CityBeat Magazine, September 27, 2005 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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