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Epsilon-Blue - The Art Of Recycling Vol​.​1 album download

Epsilon-Blue - The Art Of Recycling Vol​.​1 album download
Performer: Epsilon-Blue
Title: The Art Of Recycling Vol​.​1
Genre: Electronic
Style:Dub, Techno
Released: 2009
MP3 album szie: 1201 mb
FLAC album size: 1476 mb

A whole bunch of remixes and versions I've done over the years and an unreleased track from the 'Waterland' sessions - Green 1998.

the art of recycling vol. supported by. keshinohana. MJH. Matthew Crunchy. some of the music that didnt make it on to "are we there yet?". i wrote tons of tracks for that album and lots didnt make it, not because i didnt like them, just that they didnt fit with the overall feel and direction of the the 2 arcs. i've compiled my favs into this new album. released November 1, 2009.

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The album was crafted from a relatively spartan setup-a pair of clarinets, two basses, one cello, a piano, and a tape delay-which makes it feel simple and human. Songs like Reflector and Postcard From Brilliant Orange are ambiguous, cavernously spaced, and emotional. Tomorrow Was the Golden Age surrounds the listener during moments of wandering and sticks to the walls of daily experience, coloring moments with its bittersweet spirit.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 We Be Movin (2007 Mix)
Featuring – Barnaby Weir
5:26
2 Sweetest Sound (My House Mix)
Featuring – Sandy Mill
8:15
3 LWYD (Brother Downtown Mix)
Featuring – Daniel Weetman
4:24
4 Music Is It 4:44
5 U R A Star (2006 Mix)
Featuring – Josephine
5:30
6 Green 1998 6:18
7 Small Wonder (Biscuit Mix)
Featuring – Laughton Kora
6:23
8 U R A Star (Interstellar Mix)
Featuring – Josephine
5:46

Notes

A whole bunch of remixes and versions I've done over the years and an unreleased track from the 'Waterland' sessions - Green 1998.

http://epsilon-blue.bandcamp.com/album/the-art-of-recycling-vol-1