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New- LAMMERGEYER : Beginning To End
« on: May 23, 2009, 12:00:35 PM »
Now available:



LAMMERGEYER: Beginning To End
It was in 2006 that we saw the previous Lammergeyer (the excellent Beneath The Sky),
so a new releases is long overdue. And fans of the Lammergeyer style will certainly not
be disappointed by the wait. Beginning To End is a work of subtlety and considerable
beauty. The album flows in a very visual, cinematic, and sometimes orchestral vein.
If you like musical, expressive, ambient explorations that do not shy away from melody
or from sonic invention then be sure to give this fine release a listen.

CD edition contains bonus artwork photograph.

tracks & mp3 samples:
(samples are worth a thousand words, please do have a listen)

- There Were Times Like This
- The Stoic
- Waiting
- Hesitation 
- Touching The Surface 
- Midsummer Night
- Beginning To End
- Approaching Horizon 
- Without Answers
- There Is Nothing More
- If You Could Only See
- In The Bright Fields We Wait
- Flight

Available as either CD or a Download encoded at 256kbs : DataObscura
 
Buy the album and you can have a free instant download if you email me
or put a note in the order form.


A full track can be heard on the Radio page --  Here


Many thanks.

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Re: New- LAMMERGEYER : Beginning To End
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2009, 07:58:30 AM »
"What a beautiful album ! It's great how you maintain this cinematic,
thematic Lammergeyer sound. This sound divides Lammergeyer from
your other projects. I listened 3 times now and all tracks are brilliant.
It seems there's more variation then other Lammergeyer albums, which
have a more continuous flow and theme. This album is more like a set of
film scores, each for a different film or episode. The opening track,
Touching The surface, and Flight stand out for me, but there are just too
many highlights to point out here."
Dennis Knopper (Databloem)


Databloem in Holland should have copies of the
album available in a couple of weeks.
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