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LD Beghtol writes:

At the time we sang this, fairly early one morning, this song was the extreme high end of my falsetto and the extreme low end of Stephin's. I played my 1890s harmonium on it, then Stephin overdubbed all these clashing, out-of-tune and unturned stringed instruments. I remember a lot of port and scotch were involved in the making of this recording.


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Xylophone Track is the most direct descendant of the blues on 69 Love Songs.

It features two 'visual' metaphors for the xylophone: first a railway track, and then a ribcage.

LD Beghtol writes:

At the time we sang this, fairly early one morning, this song was the extreme high end of my falsetto and the extreme low end of Stephin's. I played my 1890s harmonium on it, then Stephin overdubbed all these clashing, out-of-tune and unturned stringed instruments. I remember a lot of port and scotch were involved in the making of this recording.

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