The Woman Of The Snow

Album: Ankoku Butoh (2009)
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  • In April 2010, William Faith and Monica Richards were interviewed by Robert A. Mitchell at the El Mocambo, wherein Monica explained the somewhat nerve-wracking inspiration for this song. In 2007, they were flying into Lithuania in a severe wind, and the plane was having trouble landing, tilting from side to side, and going up instead of down, " to the point where everyone was completely freaking out on that plane, and I started to hum a melody..." It took four attempts for the plane to land, and as soon as they arrived at the hotel, she set the basic track down. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England


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