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Ioearth

by Ioearth

This blend of styles has been called "genre-defying", but does fall into categories such as progressive rock and fusion.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Introduction
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2. Storyteller
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3. Eeee
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4. Interlude #1
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5. Smoky Wood
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6. Come With Me
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7. Opus Ii
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8. Mountains Start to Fall
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9. Loops
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10. Symphony #1
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11. Light & Shade
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12. Intro Reprise
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13. Home
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14. The Creation
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15. Sun Is Going Down
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16. Interlude #2
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17. Harmonix
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18. Take Me
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19. Come With Me (Reprise)
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20. Outro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The debut album from IOEarth.
Dave Cureton & Adam Gough present their first full length studio album, full to the brim with their unique genre-defying style of music.

Featuring performances by Richard Cureton, Steve Balsamo, Claire Malin, Louise Brabbins, Christian Nokes, Steve Trigg and Jason Reynolds.


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Peaknic

Excelent eclectic mix of rock, prog and fusion
I am so glad I took a risk on this CD. I find myself never taking these 2 disks out of my changer. It runs the gamut from classical to heavy rock, but it all fits together.
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JoanneMcD

Don't miss this CD!!
I/O Earth is definitely a CD I would recommend to my best friend. It is an amazing “first venture” for I/O Earth (Dave Cureton and Adam Gough) and their self-titled CD, I/O Earth. This major undertaking, I believe, took two years to reach fruition and it proves that “Patience is a Virtue”. The results totally made the wait worthwhile.

With the very appropriate current theme of “Earth”, it is broken down into three movements – Water, Earth and Air. Rather than just a fluffy, feel good collection, there is something for everyone here…relaxing melodies, heart beating rhythms…fantastic instrumentation. Speaking of wonderful instruments, one cannot forget to mention the perfect vocals of Steve Balsamo (Jesus Christ Superstar, The Storys) and Claire Malin. In the few songs on which they are featured, they excel (especially Steve on Take Me and Come With Me, Louise Barbbins on Introduction and Claire on Home). Even Dave Cureton adds his own vocals to EEEE. You can even catch a taste of Steve’s Mongolian Throat Singing on Interlude #2. See? There is something for everyone.

The only downside is that with the 30 second sampling here, you can’t possibly get a real taste of the awesome-ness of this CD. Each song has a definite beginning, middle and end and one part is not complete without the other. It truly does tell a story in music. Find out more about the story and making of this CD on their website http://ioearth.com.

This is a “not to be missed” CD. Trust me, the price of this CD will pay itself back after just listening to the first half. I can’t wait to see what “experience” brings to their future recordings. Their journey has just begun and I’m happy to be going along for the ride.