Joe Frawley | Left Cincinnati

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Left Cincinnati

by Joe Frawley

Short stories for found sounds and piano.
Genre: Avant Garde: Sound Collage
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1. Plain Yellow Dress
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2. Left Cincinnati
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3. Secretary in Slowmo
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4. Vanishing Point
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5. About Memory, Part 1
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6. The Girl on the Quay
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7. About Memory, Part 2
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8. Cumulus
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9. A Secret Story
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"He crafts his pieces somehow like Joseph Cornell did with his boxes, by collecting objects and fragments, or building some by himself, and then employing his skills and personal sensitivity to give life to new worlds, accurately shaped in every detail, complexly mixing with fantasies and past experiences." -- junkmedia.com

”Frawley offers us tiny glimpses into a private, hermetically-sealed world that is incredibly beautiful.” -- Sound Projector


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Tim Lukeman

Ghosts along the way
This newest offering by Joe Frawley continues his unbroken streak of excellence. Like all his previous work, it's beautiful & haunting ... but this time around, there's a certain ominous loneliness to it, no less lovely than before, but evoking a sense of being lost in an uncertain world. We wander roads through fading memories, searching for ... something ... something that calls to us, that lies before us, but it's already been left somewhere far behind, along with childhood (if not precisely innocence). The fragility of human connection, of self-identity, of life itself, permeates this rippling soundscape. Quietly powerful & poignant.