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2 reviews | 7 people love this record: be the 8th! One of the greatest things about going out into the country is the sound of farm animals & the smell of cowshit. If ever I wanted to bring a bit of the countryside into my living room, it'd have to be Withnail & I on the telly or this CD by Listen With Sarah called 'Are You Sitting Comfortably?". What we have here is 14 tracks by a lady called Sarah Nelson who, in the last weeks ... »

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Are You Sitting Comfortably by Listen With Sarah
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7 people love this record. Be the 8th!
9/10 Brian Staff review, 29 November 2006
One of the greatest things about going out into the country is the sound of farm animals & the smell of cowshit. If ever I wanted to bring a bit of the countryside into my living room, it'd have to be Withnail & I on the telly or this CD by Listen With Sarah called 'Are You Sitting Comfortably?". What we have here is 14 tracks by a lady called Sarah Nelson who, in the last weeks of his life, charmed John Peels socks off with her utterly lovely brand of organic electronica. Thank god the lasses are giving us a real break from this male dominated landscape at last (see last weeks wonderful Psapp LP) cos not one tune here passes you without it's warmth or naive playfulness touching you in earnest. Skittering toytown drum 'n' bass, woozy Microsoft sounds washing through your soul, farmyard animal noises set to Trumpton/Lemon Jelly-esque breaks & a children's book style wonderment escaping each tune as it blinks into life through your speakers. Absolutely essential. Support this with all your might. DIY future bliss.
8/10 Daniel Simmonds Customer rating (no review), 24th April 2016

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