Hobbyhorse | Break In The Clouds

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Break In The Clouds

by Hobbyhorse

Progressive folk/rock with songs that tell stories inspired by world mythology, love and the adventures of the spirit.
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Lullaby
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2. Goddess of Mercy
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3. Break in the Clouds
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4. Walking Away
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5. Emerald Eyes
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6. Museum
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7. Melasina
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8. Phoenixology
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9. Angus Og
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10. Good Morning Moon
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11. Better Road
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12. Break in the Clouds (Dance Version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Annie - vocals, guitar, frame drum, cajon, gong, tibetan bowls, other percussion

Phil - guitars (standard, tenor and baritone), mandolin, organ, harpsichord, bass

Biography:

Hobbyhorse's music is in the spirit of experimentation and the expansion of the imagination. They take psychedelic folk/rock into the present day with their poetic songwriting and adventurous arrangements.

Reviews:
DJ Frederick, Seldom Heard Radio
This wonderful album opens with the swirling sustain of an organ, lilting percussion (bodhran?) quiet, precise guitar and earthy vocals & builds from there. Traditional in one sense, quietly experimental in others, Hobbyhorse's Break in the Clouds embodies the magic that is woven in the art of folk music - and by folk music I mean music that is authentic, spirited & manifest from the love of creation rather than 'music industry' profit motive. Each song is a delight of discovery.

DD Rocker, Iron Maidens Radio Show
I received your CD today - thank you so much! I find the music simultaneously stimulating and relaxing (if that makes sense), as well as being downright enchanting!
I'll play three tracks from it, for sure [on my next show]. No doubt I'll get some other songs from the CD on-air on subsequent shows.

PaganPages.org
... The instrumental music alone is extremely well worth taking the time to listen to. There are a couple of songs, one in particular, "Goddess of Mercy" that I found easy to use while meditating and “Lullaby”, a easy simple soft tune one I use to ease myself with and I love the instrumentals in it. The entire CD has several sections where the talents of the artist are proven over and over again. While I have not seen them in person, I can only imagine from what I have heard and read from those that have had the opportunity to see them, it is an experience you soon won’t forget.- SageKatt


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SchwallerDL

great CD
I'm a big fan of Phil Campbell's guitar playing. This is a really beautiful and interesting CD with his band Hobbyhorse. I like songs with good lyrics and all of these songs have great and original lyrics. There is a range of emotion on this CD from light and whimsical to dark and spooky. It gets better the more I listen to it.