John Beagley | Flying from a Hillside

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Flying from a Hillside

by John Beagley

Melodic pop/rock/trance/electronica cross over, featuring some instrumental, some progressive and some short pop-based tracks too. If you are into Chicane, BT, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten and throw in a little pop music to, you kinda get the picture!
Genre: Electronic: Trance
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1. First Light
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5:17 album only
2. Show Me Love
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4:33 album only
3. Don't Let Go
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7:23 album only
4. Be Careful
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5:42 album only
5. Conspiracy
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6:10 album only
6. What If?
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4:57 album only
7. Remember Me
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5:00 album only
8. Flying from a Hillside
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8:53 album only
9. Girl Like You
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4:34 album only
10. Running Home
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8:05 album only
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Album Notes
I hate pigeon holing music! I grew up listening to artists such as Peter Gabriel, Sting, Kate Bush, Genesis, Pink Floyd and Rush on one side, and then loved synths too, listening to Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis, Mike Oldfield and Tangerine Dream on the other!

These days I am in love with the works of BT, Chicane, Deadmau5, Armin van Buuren and Paul Oakenfold.

I LOVE music, period! So long as theres a good tune, be it in a 4 min single or 10 minute progressive re-mix - I'm interested!

Throw all these genres and artists in a pot, perhaps in with some synth pop from the likes of Thomas Dolby, Depeche Mode and Howard Jones, mix it all up, and I'm there somewhere!

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