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OK, they're not Pedro the Lion, but the parallels are striking: warm production for acoustic/electric guitars with noodling melodies, thick drums, and even the sketch-type artwork in the booklet. Beneath Medicine Tree drips with death and illness, and does so with great sincerity, yet always hints at an underlying hope. But while it's a solid record, it does little to stand out from other similar indie fare -- and there's a lot that's similar. You could do much worse than Aaron Marsh's skillfully crafted melancholy pop, but you could also do better.

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  • Brightest
  • Testing The Strong Ones
  • Priceless
  • Take Care
  • When Paula Sparks
  • California
  • She Changes Your Mind
  • There Cannot Be A Close Second
  • Coffee
  • Walking Downtown
  • When Finally Set Free
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