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7th Heaven

by Albedo

Mannheim Steamroller meets Daft Punk. A blend of synthetic and live instruments in a dance style, described by a fan as: "Mannheim Steamroller goes to the club!"
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. 7th Heaven
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2. Danielle
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3. Dead Mouse
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4. Droplets
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5. Dancing on Mercury
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6. Jo Mama
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8. Get Movin'
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9. Reach Out
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10. Chant
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11. Eleven
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12. La Donna Electronica
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13. Get Movin'- Instrumental
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14. Megamix
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Album Notes
Mannheim Steamroller meets Daft Punk. 7th Heaven was released on November 7, 2008, and is a collection of dance music created by mixing synthetic and live elements. One fan described it as "Mannheim Steamroller goes to the club!" The song "Dead Mouse" is by far the most popular track of the album with the title track "7th Heaven" being the second most popular. It was obviously inspired by the group Mannheim Steamroller plus several dance bands including Daft Punk and Darude.

Doug Clyde:
Vocals, Bb Clarinet, Eb Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Alto Sax,
Oboe, English Horn, Recorders (Garklein, Sopranino,
Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) Uilleann Bagpipes, Didgeridoo

All Music & Lyrics by: Doug Clyde, Except for:
Track 6- Music by: Doug Clyde & Eric Kartchner
Track 8- Music by: Doug Clyde, Lyrics by: Anne Stone
Track 10- Music by Doug Clyde, Lyrics: Requiem Text in Latin
Track 12- Music by: Giuseppe Verdi, Arranged by: Doug Clyde

Special Thanks:
James Koenig for all the software/hardware recommendations,
and the constant advice on how to use them.
Eric Kartchner for the studio space, and helping to keep me sane.
Anne Stone for the lyrics and musical critiques.
Christie Brown for letting me borrow her wonderful 80+ year-old English Horn.
My Parents for the support.
Lastly, to my Heavenly Father for giving me such wonderful talents and the opportunities to use them!

© 2008 by ALBEDO MUSIC


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