Gurf Morlix | Birth to Boneyard

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Folk: Folk Blues Blues: Swamp Blues Moods: Instrumental
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Birth to Boneyard

by Gurf Morlix

This is the instrumental version of Gurf's critically acclaimed album Diamonds To Dust - very cinematic and textural
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Killin' Time in Texas (Inst.)
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5:19 album only
2. Up Against It (Inst.)
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3:12 album only
3. Windows Open, Windows Close (Inst.)
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5:32 album only
4. Diamonds to Dust (Inst.)
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3:25 album only
5. Need You Now (Inst.)
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4:22 album only
6. Food, Water, Shelter & Love (Inst.)
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5:11 album only
7. I've Got a Passion (Inst.)
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8. Madalyn's Bones (Inst.)
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3:32 album only
9. Blanket (Inst.)
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10. Worth Dyin' for (Inst.)
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Album Notes
This album might sound a little familiar. That\'s right. These are the songs from Diamonds To Dust, Gurf\'s critically acclaimed album from 2007. But this is an instrumental album. Gurf removed the vocals and replaced them with sounds - samples of monks chanting, odd swirly ambiences, slide guitar, weird keyboards, etc. The interesting and evocative textures create a unique aural soundscape. Very cinematic. Open your mind and let this music fill some space.


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Thomas J. Weber

In the heyday of reggae, no self-respecting Jamaican artist would put out a single without a "version," the same track with the vocals removed and spacey textural effects added in the remix. Gurf's "version" takes a great album to a whole new sonic plane. The utter simplicity of the backing tracks is enhanced with haunting melody lines that are subtle variations on the mood of the original vocals. I highly recommend this disc, my favorite for long highway drives or late-night meditation.

Dan Rather

great stuff
Buy this CD
and Play it Loud!
will help with time travel and minor aches