Now, More Than Ever (Remastered Edition)

by Jim Guthrie

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lazatoy
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lazatoy Guthrie's best work to date, right behind Takes Time. Soothing and catchy tracks all around, really suitable for any situation. The songs here are a mix of jovial and melancholy -- a mix that works surprisingly well and ensures there are no 'filler tracks'.

The only real detriment to this release in specific are the 'remix' tracks that don't really add anything new. The remastered tracks are neat and noticeably polished, but if you really want some good bonus tracks, get the expanded edition. Favorite track: So Small (Remastered).
aydan whitton
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aydan whitton Whow. The poprock is strong in this one. I enjoy it a lot. Favorite track: You Are Far (Do You Exist?) (Remastered).
Aidan Ellis
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Aidan Ellis This is a great, beautiful, and soothing musical experience, and I cannot recommend it enough. Favorite track: Time Is A Force (Remastered).
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Originally released on Three Gut Records in late 2003. We didn't have the CD release party until Jan 17th, 2004 so this remastered version marks the 10 year anniversary of the show. Damn, 10 years!?

Remastered from the original 24bit mixes by Andy Magoffin at The House of Miracles, 2014

A bonus remixed version of the album entitled 'More, Now Than Ever' is included with purchase as remixed by Justin Nace (Takes Time) and mastered by Andy Magoffin.

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released January 17, 2014

String arrangements by Owen Pallett.

Simon Osborne - bass. Evan Clarke - drums. Owen Pallett - violin, viola. Mike Olsen - cello. Bry Webb - banjo. Laura May Elston - sax, flute, clarinet. Recorded, mixed and remastered (10 years later!) by Andy Magoffin at the House of Miracles.

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