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Ian Ethan Case - Run Toward the Mountains flac album

Ian Ethan Case - Run Toward the Mountains flac album Performer: Ian Ethan Case
Title: Run Toward the Mountains
Style: Acoustic
Released: 2015
MP3 album: 1490 mb
FLAC album: 1229 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: XM AC3 MP3 WMA VOC VOC MPC
Genre: Jazz / Rock / Folk / World music

Contact & Follow. While the studio album features a large group and dense orchestration, Case brings much of that expansive sound to his 2018 concert performances thanks to live looping and sound specialist Stephanie Case who records, layers, and manipulates Ian’s playing on the spot for a dynamic, truly symphonic effect that defies the typical solo musician with a loop pedal stereotype. As one first-time listener in California exclaimed, Ian’s music is phenomenal - watching him play is not ‘listening to music’; it’s a full mind experience.

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Ridgeline 09. Run Toward the Mountains 10. The Infinite Race 11. The Gift MP3 DOWNLOAD :: СКАЧАТЬ MP3 UPLOADED TURBOBIT FLAC DOWNLOAD :: СКАЧАТЬ FLAC. Tracklist - 01. Butter II 02. The Comforter 03. The Circle 04. The Centrifuge 05. Aftershocks 06. Migration 07. Who's There? 08. Ridgeline 09. The Gift.

Run Toward the Mountains. Run Toward the Mountains.

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com and just in case anyone watching forgot to do the simple math that's a double-neck 12 string and a six string bottom, a total of 18 strings.

Tracklist

1 Butter II 4:49
2 The Comforter 8:55
3 The Circle 6:16
4 The Centrifuge 6:31
5 Aftershocks 6:24
6 Migration 7:55
1 Who's There? 9:03
2 Ridgeline 10:20
3 Run Toward the Mountains 7:39
4 The Infinite Race 12:43
5 The Gift 11:30

Notes

Recorded over a period of 19 months beginning in January 2014, 'Run Toward The Mountains' contains just over 92 minutes of music and features both solo double-neck compositions (Disc 1) and - at the other end of the spectrum - deeply-layered studio versions of several live looping compositions (Disc 2).