Sean Murray and Paul Marion | Anti Matter 09

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Anti Matter 09

by Sean Murray and Paul Marion

A diverse instrumental mix of high energy fusion rock influenced by classic rock groups such as Pink Floyd and others with industrial overtones.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Heavy Weather
Murray and Marion
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8:36 $0.99
2. Sunday Jam
Murray and Marion
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3:40 $0.99
3. Ski Jam
Murray and Marion
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3:51 $0.99
4. Good Bye Pork Pie Hat
Murray and Marion
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5:35 $0.99
5. 1 Hour Late
Murray and Marion
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5:32 $0.99
6. What Cover
Murray and Marion
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7:45 $0.99
7. Dogs (Live From The Dungeon)
Murray and Marion
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5:33 album only
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Album Notes
Each song is influenced by a theme or concept, which develop into unique set of rhythmic patterns.

The rhythm in the air is used to sculpture each song around a primary idea such as the background used in Heavy Weather, which features a common sound to many boaters in New England.

In other tracks like "1 hour late" the day starts with the sounds of children playing basket ball and birds chirping then all of a sudden you realize your one hour late for work and chaos breaks out with the clocks beating a crazed frenzy, Ski Jam is based on thoughts during a good run down a Northern Vermont ski area and What Cover is a play on words to infer there was no cover song intended in its structure.

The mix has a mid '70s rock feel with ripping guitar and keyboard leads which beckons for an open mind when listening to each track unfold

Comments such as, "great background to leave on while I'm at work" and "similar to what we used to play back in the basement in the 70's but a bit more sophisticated," have been used to describe this effort.


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stylistic music that makes you want more
Paul Marion and Sean K. Murray have created some cool rhythmic guitar tunes; Their "Anti -Matter" CD was right on. (Robin Trower comes to mind).