Terry Kempler | Under the Radar

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Under the Radar

by Terry Kempler

Instrumental keyboard album with songs about nothing.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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1. Drifting On a Whim Terry Kempler
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2. Transgression Terry Kempler
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3. Left in the Dust Terry Kempler
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4. Misty Clouds Terry Kempler
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5. Danger On the Run Terr Kempler
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6. Under the Radar Terry Kempler
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7. Circio's Theme Terry Kempler
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8. Changing Lanes Terry Kempler
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9. Planetary Remains Terry Kempler
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10. A Ride to Nowhere Terry Kempler
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11. One More Terry Kempler
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Album Notes
This is my keyboard project loaded with simple melodies and synth/keyboard sounds. Sprinkled with some acoustic and electric guitars. Catchy tunes with pop/rock style arrangements. Will not disappoint even the casual listener.
I tried to match the song titles with the moods of each tune. "Drifting On A Whim" has dreamy synth sounds and a calming rhythm. "Left In The Dust" has an acoustic guitar part at the end straight out of a western. And, I couldn't do a synth album without one song that demonstates the powerful drones and pads that these keyboards possess, hence, "Planetary Remains". The title track has a nice symphony sound while "Circio's Theme" incorporates those famous synth bells. But wait, I'm spoiling it by revealing all the little (and big) sounds that you can discover on this CD. Go and listen.

Thanks for checking this out, Terry

This CD was mastered with the full musical dynamic range intact. No commercial compression. This insures that the lowend is thick, the midrange is clear, and the highs crisp - crucial for keyboard/synth tones. The music is copied onto CDRs with photo paper sleeves and no shrink wrap.

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