Charles Newman | Chrysalis

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by Charles Newman

Moody Alt Country Soundscapes
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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1. Kansas Overture Charles Newman
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2. Emergence Charles Newman
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3. Alpha Ego Charles Newman
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4. Blues For Lisanne Charles Newman
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5. Prairie Rant Charles Newman
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6. Small Town Sunset Charles Newman
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7. June Star Charles Newman
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8. A Waltz To Remember Charles Newman
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9. Come Around Earlymay
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Album Notes
Chyrsalis was conceived in the spring of 2004 as accompaniment to an off Broadway show running in NYC. The show was a dark tale of how evil runs its course in a small mid-western town in the form of a politician attempting to destroy the world, while hurting the people around him.

The soundtrack makes use instruments ranging from synthesizers and pedal steel to grand piano and mandolin. The listener is brought into the life of the characters through the varying moods and themes from piece to piece.

A bonus track by Earlymay, also adds an unreleased mix of one of their songs from the "Stay Off Your Heels" album.


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