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June 12, 2012 at 7:00 AM

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Premiere: 'Woman I Know' by Tacoma's I Low

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"Woman I Know" by I Low

"Woman I Know" is another slow, radiant, twanged-out song from Tacoma/New York City singer-songwriter I Low — aka Colin Reynolds. In typical I Low fashion the melody and chords are as important as the production, which this time accentuates creaking from pedals of an organ. The song is out now on Family Records. If you like the sound of it, check previous I Low/Family Records single "I Hate Feeling Like This," recorded in an old Tacoma church. "Woman" was recorded there, too, in part. Credits copied from a Family Records email:

Written and Arranged by I LOW
Produced by I LOW and Alex Hart
Recorded and Engineered by Alex Hart
Mixed and Mastered by Alex Hart and Joe Bakke
Colin Reynolds - Organ, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Ambient Percussion
Chelsey Scheffe - Cello Arrangement and Performance
Recorded at Lagerquist Concert Hall at PLU, the organ chapel at Trinity Lutheran Church, and in Hart Factory Studios

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