TyLean | Between 10 and 2

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Between 10 and 2

by TyLean

Voice/Piano/Cello Rape. Avant Garde Acoustic music of a sinister nature. A collection of progressive snapshots of a descent into insanity.
Genre: Avant Garde: Classical Avant-Garde
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1. The Last One Awake
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2. Corner of My Eye
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3. Rosalyn
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4. Out of Sight, Out of Mind
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5. Distractions
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6. Spiders
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7. Caught in the Web
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The unraveling picks up where I last left off... " A collection of progressive snapshots of a descent into insanity. Songs about raw emotion and humanity or a lack there of. Soothing and melodic music with lyrics that may make you twinge.

Watch the "Corner of My Eye" music video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nor2L4J6qEI

This album is NOT wrapped in cellophane to reduce unnecessary environmental waste.

TyLean (vocalist, pianist, and self-proclaimed cello rapist) comes with a disclaimer: Not for the casual listener! In a culture of genres, sub-genres and niches grouping “like-minded” music lovers together, TyLean's meticulously collected fan base share only one common thread: they are all passionate music fans. These are the music fans who give their undivided attention to their musical selections and wouldn't dream of abusing their carefully devised catalogues by playing them as background music.

Since releasing her début, When All Else Fails (EP) in 2005, TyLean has travelled an arduous path in the music business, geographically and emotionally. Her initial musical creations featuring soft, relaxing piano and an ethereal voice accompanied by lyrics that rejoiced in the death of her friends often left listeners throwing their hands in the air with confusion. The songs from the When All Else Fails era can best be described as haunting versions of Tori Amos or Kate Bush.

Between 10 and 2, TyLean's sophomore album, was anticipated to deliver a more commercially acceptable repertoire after the confused reception of When All Else Fails (EP). On the contrary, nothing could have prepared the casual listener for Between 10 and 2, written and recorded in TyLean's native Pennsylvania during the summer of 2007. The songs being far more complex in musical technicality and structure than the When All Else Fails era left the casual listeners even more aloof and the attentive musos feeling as though they had found a great treasure. Songs like “Corner of My Eye” and “Spiders” demonstrated a clear break from mental stability and reality, while “Rosalyn,” the re-creation of a nightmare and the birth-mother of cello rape, could be described as nothing less than disturbing, possibly even revolting. TyLean moved to Bristol, England following the completion of Between 10 and 2, where she released the album in December of 2007.

TyLean's 2010 release, The Unforgivable, the Unforgettable, was written in Bristol in 2008 but took nearly two years to record and release due to the nomadic lifestyle TyLean had acquired. Incessantly moving about the United Kingdom and Ireland, she eventually took root in London, finding a new challenge in taming her phobic performance anxiety. TyLean decided that the best way to learn how to swim was to dive right in, and she recorded her third album in front of a live audience in a single night at an event titled “One Unforgivable, Unforgettable Night with TyLean” at the legendary George Tavern in London. Some of the songs included on The Unforgivable, the Unforgettable feature a return to the simplistic writing style of the When All Else Fails era but with new, luscious vocals enriched by age and experience.

After a period of being Gothic band Attrition's touring vocalist, audiences, enthralled with her hypnotic and powerful voice, became curious about TyLean's unusual solo career. Her stock as performer exploded as word spread that a TyLean show is an intimate, intense experience unlike any other. In February 2011, TyLean toured the UK with San Francisco's Unwoman. In April, TyLean will return to Canada, one of her strongest fan bases, for another tour followed by two appearances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland in August.


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William Hixson

Musically Magical
TyLeans newest album, Between 10 and 2 is musically magical. Between 10 and 2 is filled with dramatic feelings and melancholic atmosphere, depicting a large spectrum of emotions. You will probably be addicted to TyLean after one note from her haunting voice.
TyLean has become a strong artist that can't be considered as yet another carbon copy. TyLean's vocals are in top form and her overall sound has filled out and matured in leaps and bounds since her previous release When All Else Fails. She is a unique entity and I sincerely hope that she will continue to release solid albums like Between 10 and 2. Each song is crafted to perfection. TyLean isn't just a musician, she is a modern composer of beautiful music that, in my opinion, has a quality rarely found elsewhere.

Shannon Flynn, Press Enterprise

"Between 10 and 2"
Like the sountrack to a William Peter Blatty film, TyLean's latest CD tells a melodic ghost story of madness, torture and suffering. The first track, "Last One Awake," cleverly sets the tone for the unnerving tale as the last vestiges of the day and of reality give way to a particularly melodic nightmare.
Piano compositions coupled with strings and TyLean's pitch-perfect, haunting voice weave a tale listeners can easily envision. A personal favorite track is "Corner of My Eye," inspired by the assertion of believers that one never sees a specter head-on, only out of the corner of one's eye. It's the song that would be the theme for "Ghost Whisperer," if the CBS drama had depth.
If you have a particular fascination with the supernatural, you'll marvel at how TyLean's voice, instrumentals and evolved use of sound effects and studio tricks can put on CD what you've always imagined while reading a Stephen King novel or watching a William Friedkin pic. The songs are like radio theater.
"Between 10 and 2" is the culmination of a macabre mind, classical training and disciplined maturity.

lenny and bobbie

very emotional
what a voice and soul tylean lets shine through on this cd! keep up the great work and look forward to your further works of art!