Master Conductor | Overture

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Overture

by Master Conductor

A sonic symphony of heavy and psychedelic guitar music in a neoclassical genre. Smooth chunky distortion and clean hypnotizing delays laid beautifully over a booming bass guitar pallet makes this an audible treat for any music lover.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Master Conductor Audio Signature
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0:06 album only
2. Overture
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1:36 $0.99
3. When Evil Meddles
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4. Three Ring Circus
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5. The Writer's Quill
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6. The Caterpillar and I
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7. Fall of the Morning Star Part I
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8. Fall of the Morning Star Part II
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9. Lestat
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10. Finis
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11. Fall of the Morning Star Part I (Acoustic)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Master Conductor's "Overture" is a collection of original guitar instrumentals. Some songs are aggressive and menacing, some are soothing, and others are just outright perfect to trip out to.
The album was inspired when the composer wrote his first master piece, "Lestat" and performed it in front of over 400 people. The crowd's response was raving. The other contending musicians ran to the stage to commend him. Even two weeks after his performance, strangers who recognized him told him how awesome the guitar solo was and asked him for the music transcriptions. It was at this point in time that he knew he could write a collection of great instrumentals for an eager audience. The music took on a life of its own and transformed the composer in to his alter ego known as Master Conductor. May your ears behold the Symphony of Awesome.


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