Deep Tree Mantra | Architectural Stress

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Architectural Stress

by Deep Tree Mantra

A well constructed tower of high energy melded with cool ambient guitar, horn and piano virtuosity. With a firm foundation of bass and percussion. Built in the future classic style of Inter-dimensional alien handiwork.
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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2. Hearth
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3. Elevations
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4. Demolition
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5. Borris
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6. Driftwood
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7. Portico
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8. Secret Agent
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This album is pulled from the David Hartley sessions. It showcases some of the more intricate and higher pace guitar work of Hartley. While this album still incorporates the ambient infused feel that DTM fans have come to expect, it shows a bit more of the frenetic and experimental side of DTM as well. The lineup on this album in addition to David is Buzz Conway on flutes and trumpets, Robert Hit on keys, Barry Cooper on percussion and vibes and John Hornsby on bass often with synth fuzz effect. A few of the tracks feature a bit of heavy handed mixing effects more so that has typically been featured on previous albums. A uniquely constructed edifice worth stepping into.


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