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In the 69 Love Songs booklet, Stephin Merritt refers to the arrangement, including his and LD Beghtol's vocal and the autoharp, being an attempt to emulate the Carter Family, who recorded between 1927 and 1942 [link]. LD and Stephin share an admiration for the Carter Family [source], and their influence could account in part for The Magnetic Fields adoption of drum-less arrangements in recent years.
In the 69 Love Songs booklet, Stephin Merritt refers to the arrangement, including his and LD Beghtol's vocal and the autoharp, being an attempt to emulate the Carter Family, who recorded between 1927 and 1942 [link]. LD and Stephin share an admiration for the Carter Family [source], and their influence could account in part for The Magnetic Fields adoption of drum-less arrangements in recent years.

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