Bradlee | Bradlee, Josh Condit & Dave Whiteman: The Return To Paradise

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Bradlee, Josh Condit & Dave Whiteman: The Return To Paradise

by Bradlee

Ethereal and cerebral, ecclesiastic rock.percussionless with smooth, electric guitar, keyboards, piano and various other instruments.
Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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1. The Dove
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4:07 album only
2. The Forest
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4:04 album only
3. The Return To Paradise
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3:33 album only
4. In The Cool of Eden
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2:52 album only
5. Midnight Palms
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4:08 album only
6. Living Spirit
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5:47 album only
7. Above The Willows
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3:39 album only
8. Never Alone
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3:28 album only
9. Coming Nor Going
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3:23 album only
10. Upon The Wind
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11. Sail Eternity
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12. Streams & Meadows
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Album Notes
"This album invigorates my mind, and soars my soul. It is an amalgamation of creative impluses, motifs, and nuances from different worlds and backgrounds. Josh's 'pied-piperish' metallic, and accoustic guitar will lead you through a misty, fantasy realm, fielded with my 'concert grand' synthesizers, keyboards, and piano. Dave Whiteman's confiding bass is as a substratum coruscation of the valleys and peaks of our coalescent conception." (How was that for a sentence?)

Often when listening, I encounter the dilemma between whether to listen to the same track again, or let the CD play on." -Bradlee


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