Carbon111 | Shadow

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Shadow

by Carbon111

Organic, Electronic, Ambient, Chill with a Beat - Rhythmic tonal landscapes of leaf-strewn shadows and sunlit pools of Music.
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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1. Arrival
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2. Azathoth Dreams
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3. Dead Leaves
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4:13 $0.99
4. Bicycle
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5. Permanent Sunrise
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6. Red Towers
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7. Long Shadows
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8. Crows for Marie
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9. Inland Sea
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10. Solstice on Mars
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Six years in the making, Shadow is a runaway rusty red bicycle on meandering boardwalk paths through cattail-filled marshes, a slow slither across warm painted-desert sands, the comfortable sleep-deprived hum of foreign airports at 3am and dry autumnal leaves blown along a lakeshore where crows fight for scraps of castaway moonlight.

Carbon111 (aka James Maier) is currently washed ashore on Puget Sound in the rain-misted Pacific Northwest where he follows his lifelong obsession into the shadows and sunlit pools of Music accompanied by his patient wife and neurotic cat. The journey is wild and strange and wonderful.


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