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All the Way, All the Time...

by Track & Field

Instrumental, funky, downtempo tracks making use of acoustic drums, electric bass, hammond organ, electric piano, wah guitars, loops and samples.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. Leaving for Cosmos
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2. Absorb-Reflect
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3. I See Colors
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4. What We Call Music
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5. Rootdown
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6. Up from the Skies
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7. Do You Dream?
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8. Nice Is Beautiful
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9. It's A Business
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The second album by New York’s Track & Field (a.k.a. Mike Kohler) begins well beyond where the first one left off and takes things way further. Grounded in the kind of 60’s and 70’s funk-style beats and bass lines that drove the previous release, this time on All the Way, All the Time, wah guitars, analog synths, arpeggiators, strings and Kraftwerk-like sound effects groove along with the Hammond M3 organ and Wurlitzer electric piano to give this album a whole new kind of funky vibe.

Recorded using modern digital techniques as well as vintage analog and tube equipment, the album’s production keeps things "real" and sounding fresh.



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