Tristan Zaba | Thoughts Past Pondered

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Thoughts Past Pondered

by Tristan Zaba

A new age revival of the classic progressive rock style pioneered by those such as Pink Floyd and Jethro Tull.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. I Am the Background Pt. 1
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2. True Blue
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3. Brown
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4. Today
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5. Clay
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6. On This Battlefield
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7. One Dependent
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8. Knocking On Your Chamber Door
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9. You're You
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10. I Am the Background Pt. 2
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tristan Zaba's debut album, Thoughts Past Pondered, was recorded in Bragg Creek, Alberta, Canada. The songs have a wide variety of styles, ranging from acoustic folk to solid rock and roll. The music evokes a wide spectrum of emotions; some artists Tristan has been compared to include King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, and The Moody Blues. His poetry has been noted by many as being quite profound and Tristan's lead guitar work on the album has also been highly praised. Thoughts Past Pondered also features work by world renowned violinist Chris Sandvoss.


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