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All Tomorrows

by Daymoon

"Opulent symphonic rock with gripping melodic and structural developments...excursions into jazz rock, folksy realms, chamber prog and afro-oriental flair, Floydian sections, roaring hammond and enjoyable choir gimmicks with layered vocals parts."
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. All Tomorrows
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2. TranscendenZ
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3. Human Again
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7:34 album only
4. Marrakech
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5. Sorry
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6. Bell Jar
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7. First Rain
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8. Arklow
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9. News From the Outside
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10. The Sum
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NOTES BY FRED LESSING: While being DAYMOON’s first-ever album to be released, this is actually my own 5th album. All the ones before All Tomorrows were solo albums, with the occasional helping hand from guest musicians, and they never got released. In the middle of the album before this one - Fabric of Space Divine - I quit all serious efforts to make serious music, and played with myself in the studio, which by definition is an entertaining thing to do, and even more entertaining if you have a helping hand, hence I asked some very gifted musicians from over the world to lend me their hands. Oddly enough, some people told me they liked the result of all this innuendoing, and so it came to pass that I delved headlong into music again. And along came Ian Oakley, who put me in touch with Andy Tillison of The Tangent and PO90, and Andy accepted the challenge to produce this ambiguous little plaything, and invitations came to perform all this live as well, so I started looking for fellow musicians here in Portugal, and found the most amazing bunch of people. In the meantime though, Andy told me head-scratchingly that most of my original recordings were rather sloppily done, so I challenged my newly found live band to redo almost all of the flawed recordings. Which they did. So this is a solo album that half-way through turned into a band project, and an unwieldy mixture of files exchanged via the Internet, tracks recorded at my own studio, acoustic drums recorded at a proper studio, and all sorts of what-nots - all of it tamed and skillfully auralised by Andy Tillison, except for Sorry, the full credits for which go to Mats Johansson and Thomas Olsson of Swedish prog giants Isildurs Bane. A handful of tracks on this album are rehashed and revamped songs from my previous unreleasable albums, while most others are brand-new Love Songs for the love of my life, Inês. I hope you enjoy this odd mix, that has some prog on it, but not only, and not only not only not. And should you in any way wonder about the music that I like, here is some of it: J.S. (and PDQ) Bach, Klaatu, Mike Batt, Peter Gabriel, Renaissance, Tom Waits, The Persuasions, Gavin Castleton, and then a very thick slice of progressive rock recorded after 1996. Not to mention Twin Peaks.


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