To whom this may reach, orphans do not have homes, generally. These little nuggets of songcraft and improv are not unlike the imagined transients. Until now. Some elements were accidents. Some elements were all too deliberate. This is the first of three. The old becomes new to make room for the newer new. Enjoy or be remiss. From Amy Atkins article 'I See No Betrayer' Boise Weekly May 10th, 2006: '...Intrigued, I popped Orphans Volume One (the first in what is to be a three-part series) into iTunes not sure of what to expect. I was awed. The tracks are artful, clever, odd, melodic and full of interesting sounds and smart beats. I listened through the five songs and then put the other Benedicteyeball, five-track CD titled Imperfectionist Collectionist in. This one is a little darker, the beats are a little harder and the melodies are a little more experimental and progressive, but it's as interesting and enjoyable a listen as the first...'
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