Reptile Zoo | The Ocean Falls Upon Us (in Sea Minor)

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The Ocean Falls Upon Us (in Sea Minor)

by Reptile Zoo

"...highly influenced by classic rock, psychedelic, jazz and blues. Every member brings their own sonic flavour to the mix." - Foss John
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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The Ocean Falls Upon Us (In Sea Minor)
Music and Lyrics by Taylor Thorburn
Produced by Tim Tkachyk and Reptile Zoo
Engineered by Ethan White and Tim Tkachyk
Arranged and Performed by Reptile Zoo

Angelica Kim - Piano
Brendan Martens - Alto Saxophone
Dylan Kirby - Bass
Foss John - Drums
Taylor Thorburn - Guitar/Vocals

"I was strolling down the lane, once again, in the rain and I began to hear lyrics in my head. I wrote them down later that day, and played some chords along with it on my acoustic. The next month, we had a deadline to record a band for a project that I and some friends had going, and i suggested we record Reptile Zoo. The band ended up rehearsing the song only one time prior to the recording session, only a few hours earlier that day. In fact, Reptile Zoo had only been together a week prior to the first recording session." - Taylor Thorburn

Reptile Zoo would like to extend a special thank you to Ethan White and Tim Tkachyk for all of their hard work and Rachel Choi for graciously allowing us to use her art supplies.


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