Clay Green | Twilight's Haze

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Twilight's Haze

by Clay Green

Instrumental acoustic guitar-oriented World Fusion that spans genres and embraces melody.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Twilight's Haze
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2. Lost Strings
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3. Rags
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4. Time Sun (Intro)
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5. Moon Spirit
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6. Then the Magician
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7. The Happy Guitar
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8. Eastern Horizon
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9. Inks
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In Twilight's Haze, Clay Green merges the Old World with the New, and combines traditional instrumentation with a contemporary virtual approach.

Starting with a foundation of World drums and percussion sounds, he layers acoustic guitars with other instruments to morph each song into a full, yet uncluttered, arrangement. Some of the songs have their own distinct characteristics, e.g., Spanish chord progressions, Middle Eastern time signatures, or South American rhythms. Other songs are less easily pigeon-holed, and contain a more ambiguous sound.

Nylon and 12-string guitars are utilized primarily for melody and solo work, although other guitars are used. A few melodic embellishments from the digital realm are also present, including flutes and sitar.

The end result is a rich-sounding hybrid of musical styles-one that meanders through sequences containing classical elements, intercontinental themes, and indigenous beats, all within the framework of the traditional pop/rock song structure.


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