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Bittersweet by Terry Hsieh

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Album Title: The Adventures of Pie Boy
Elevenz Music/UMG
Released: 2020

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About the Album

“Bittersweet” is a song about the loneliness of accepting defeat, gracefully. And though sadness never goes away, there’s redemption in the act of living ones life to the fullest. Bittersweet is the first of 4 “online collaborations“ from the Spice Cabinet: born during COVID-19, Bittersweet was recorded entirely separately by each member of the band in home studios in New York, Toronto, Taipei, North Carolina, Los Angeles, Boston and Beijing. “Bittersweet” features Al Strong on Flugelhorn, Lawrence Ku on acoustic guitar and The Orchid Quartet.

Personnel

Terry Hsieh
keyboards
Noah Hocker
trumpet
He Haocheng
trumpet
James Butch Ford
guitar, electric
Zhang Jing
guitar, electric
Chris Cui
bass, electric
Kaitlin Thomas
saxophone, baritone
David Diao
saxophone, alto
Alex Cummings
saxophone, tenor

Date featured

December 3, 2020

This song appears by permission of the contributing artist and/or record company.
It is for personal use only; no other rights are granted or implied.


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