The Lowest Pair – 36¢

type: Music / by The Lowest Pair

VINYL RELEASE: May 6, 2014, available below for pre-order, limited edition of 500.

Digital download and CD available now.

36¢ is The Lowest Pair's debut record recorded months after Kendl Winter (Olympia Washington) and Palmer T. Lee (Minnesota) decided to form the primarily double banjo outfit. Recorded and engineered by Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles) at Suburban Dad Studios, it's the early pickin's, sweet off the tree, a newly formed endeavor by two seasoned pros. The duo swap lead vocals throughout the album's 11 tracks, combining Kendl's banjo skills with Palmer's midwestern croon. Prior to this Kendl has released 3 full length albums under her name for K Records and Palmer has released two albums with his band Boys n' the Barrels. Palmer has also performed with Drew Peterson and The Dead Pigeons.

TRACKLISTING 
  1. Oh, Susanna 3:58
  2. Tuesday Morning 10a.m. 4:22
  3. Living Is Dying 3:20
  4. Pear Tree 2:57
  5. Rumi's Field 4:14
  6. Do You Leave The Light On? 4:03
  7. Last Summer 5:15
  8. Moving On 3:42
  9. Trying To Feel At Home 3:34
  10. Magpies At Sunset 3:50
  11. Dock My Boat 4:24