Darrell Jaeger | Mood Swing

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Mood Swing

by Darrell Jaeger

An ambient, new age collection of songs drenched in keyboards and synthesizers, tastefully accented with acoustic guitars, and sprinkled with natural sounds.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Lyra
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2. A Break in the Rain
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3. Concrete Jungle
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4. Grey Skies
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5. Tranquility
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Album Notes
"Lyra" - I really like spacey, ambient music and this song definitely was the result of my fascination with space. I expect to write some more cosmic related instrumentals in the future and maybe dedicate an entire album to the genre.

"A Break In The Rain" - Probably my favorite track. I like integrating a small, tasteful amount of natural sounds in songs. I particularly liked writing the synthesizer parts on this song.

"Concrete Jungle" - This song really doesn't belong with the others in that it's not an ambient, new age song. This was a complete creation with Garageband loops. I always picture walking along a New York City street after lacing up a new pair of sneakers. I think it would make a great backing track for a Nike commercial. Nike, are you listening?

"Grey Skies" - Let's face it, we don't always have the sunniest of dispositions. I started composing this song while I was in a dark mood, and then shelved it for a year or so and recently started working on it again late this year. Probably explains the transition towards the end of the track.

"Tranquility" - A pretty simple track really. I originally called this "Spa Song" because it's similar to what I always hear at the spa when I'm on vacation. It's very relaxing, quite tranquil. Ultimately, I changed the song title to "Tranquility".


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