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Beware - this album is identical to These Friends of Mine (2006)

I'm an unhappy chappie.

I was excited to see a new Rosie Thomas (RT) album and promptly purchased it from iTunes.
Little did I realise that it is identical to RT's 2006 These Friends of Mine (different recordings, same tunes). How bizarre.
This wasn't clear from the album write-up so I'm somewhat miffed.

Obviously, I'd like my money back as I already own this album and have just bought for the second time from iTunes, albeit four years apart.


I too was stoked to see a new album...Once I looked at the tracks, I knew right's just the same Rosie on a new Cd. Bummer. I gave it 4 stars cause I love Rosie, but it's old stuff revisited...

Different Arrangements/Live

These are live arrangements of songs mostly from "These Friends of Mine" from 2006. This album has also been known as "The Apartment Sessions." Many of these arrangements are more stripped down (ie. the beautiful "Kite Song" which now lacks strings, acoustic guitar, and is essentially Rosie with a piano.) The arrangements are often recorded live with Sufjan Stevens and Denison Witmer.

These are (in my opinion) much more intimate pictures of Rosie than the albums offer. They are wonderful examples of how some beautiful songs can become even more beautiful with only a few people in a cozy corner playing their music.


Born: Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter Rosie Thomas has been shaping her sweet, delicate song stylings since her early childhood, but she made a name for herself when she joined Motor City dream pop band Velour 100. Thomas sang and toured with the band during the late '90s before jumping ship for a solo career. Mixing up the folk-pop of Joni Mitchell with indie sensibilities, Thomas found herself surrounded by a new scene. She and Damien Jurado dueted on "Wages of Sin" for Sub-Pop's 2001 compilation Badlands: A Tribute...
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