Laurent Guardo | William Blake's Songs of Experience

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William Blake's Songs of Experience

by Laurent Guardo

The poetry of William Blake, compelling inspiration for these 11 lounge compositions that pulse to sensual rhythms, creating ambiances as richly evocative as they are unique.
Genre: Electronic: Lounge
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1. The Angel
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7:58 album only
2. Infant Sorrow
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8:27 album only
3. A Little Boy Lost
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5:45 album only
4. A Cradle Song
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6:15 album only
5. The Sick Rose
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5:34 album only
6. The Clod and the Pebble
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7. Introduction
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8. The Tiger
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9. The Garden of Love
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10. The Human Abstract
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The poetry of William Blake, compelling inspiration for these 11 lounge compositions
that pulse to sensual rhythms, creating ambiances as richly evocative as they are unique.
Welcome to a new frontier, where dreams meet reality, where instruments acoustic, electric and exotic are gilded by four silken voices that will, I trust, lead you to settings rich and new.


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