Arms of a Woman

April 15, 2008 5:51 PM

Cover of the Amos Lee song by the same name.... Or at least the first verse of it. Again, in three part harmony complete with background noise.

I started to think about songs that I could actually sing tenor on and this one came to mind. Since the moment I heard it on the Last Kiss Soundtrack I've loved this song. Between the two, it seemed like a natural candidate for a cover.

Again, please pardon the background noise. It was recorded on a T42p laptop microphone in my basement with my roomate doing the dishes. That said, I still can't figure out what that whistling sound at the beginning is.

posted by ibfrog (2 comments total)

Awesome, it sounds like someone is making a sandwich in the background. I love that.

So -- you're singing all three parts?

I'm not familiar with the song, but this is a nice arrangement.

That whistling is odd, alright. Next time, maybe try taking your laptop out to the woods!
posted by Karlos the Jackal at 2:43 AM on April 16, 2008

Yup, I'm singing all three.

Every time I hear the song on the radio / CD I end up improvising the harmonies. I just decided to record it this time.
posted by ibfrog at 6:28 AM on April 16, 2008

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