“Thus the Siou tribes of Assiniboia believed that the Supreme Being (whom they called Eth-tom-é) first created mankind and all living things, and then, through some oversight or mistake, caused a great flood to cover the earth's surface.”
“The first section is were you may have 20 things listed of small phrase words such as Eth,”
“Eth, released in September 2010 after ten full-length albums and more than a decade of music-making, sounds every bit the final bow for the itinerant freak-folk band Dufus.”
““Come on, Eth,” I say, turning the corners of my mouth down to make a sad little frowny face.”
“(Eth (ð) is one of several Icelandic letters not found in English, including á. é, í ó, ú, ý, þ, æ, and ö.)”
“Eth finds the eccentric frontman's timbre comparatively more sedated, which keeps the quirky instrumental arrangements from being overshadowed.”
“Both Chopped and Screwed and Eth reinforce the greatest strengths of the artists who created them.”
“The name "Eithne" appears fairly often on radio and has always been pronounced "Eth-ni", which I was happy to go along with, but it's actually pronounced "Enya" and that is why the singer calls herself that, because then foreigners could pronounce it correctly!”
“That way there would be someone in on the conversation capable of saying, “Eth, you seem to have used up your daily quota of logic.””
“To my editor, Amber Qureshi, and my agent, Felicia Eth, for making this book possible.”
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