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I can’t really add too much more to what Bryan already mentioned in his excellent post concerning this album in his Top Ten.For me, it isn’t #1, but I can totally understand why someone would consider it as such.My opinions have basically remained unchained on Armchair Apocrypha since I first posted a few songs in my One Man Band webcast a couple months ago.It’s a nicely done, mellow sounding, intelligent record.One thing I would like to add to Bryan’s post is the fact that Andrew Bird, at one point, was a member of the Squirrel Nut Zippers.It’s not really a good thing or a bad thing, its just kinda is….know what I mean?Anyhoo, my faves from the album are posted below. Enjoy, and if you haven’t already picked up this album, it’s available over at Emusic, as is a few of Bird’s older albums, which they’ve recently been adding.