Randon Myles | Traveling the Sun

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Traveling the Sun

by Randon Myles

neo-classical experimental progressive art rock
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. Murder of Crows
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2. Slip Away
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3. Exaltation of Larks
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4. Crash of Rhinos
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5. Traveling the Sun
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6. Parliament of Owls
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7. Sometimes We Fade
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8. Siege of Bitterns
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9. Patterns In the Snow
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10. Route of Wolves
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11. Kaleidoscope
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12. Memory of Elephants
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Album Notes
traveling the sun is my first album exploring some of my musical "roots" in 60's and 70's progressive rock, albeit with a twist or two.

with this album i started with a set ensemble of instruments that could actually be gathered together on a stage and played by real people. i've approached this more like chamber music - instead of picking instruments (sounds) for a particular piece, all the musicians are already standing on the stage (virtually) and i've had to find something for them to do on each song.

the ensemble: piano, organ, celesta, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, drum kit, 2 violins, 2 celli, saxophone (special guest on track 4), tubular bells (special guest on track 12).


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