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Born into Beauty

Born into Beauty by Space Whale Orchestra
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Space Whale Orchestra

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Duration: 01:03:00
Views: 197

Track Listing

1) Born into beauty 2) Our eternal laughter 3) At the still point 4) Do not go gentle 5) Pulse flow 6) Interlude: Direct from birds 7) The secret voice 8) “Quick,” said the thrush 9) Leaves filled with children 10) Until the sunbreak 11) Outside of time 12) Interlude: Reconciled 13) Those who knew nothing (TEN22) 14) Particle dance 15) Houses rise and fall 16) Though they go mad 17) Before the silence


Personnel

Space Whale Orchestra
band/orchestra
Erica Corbo
keyboards
Steve Davit
saxophone, tenor
Mick Ricereto
clarinet

Album Description

Born into Beauty was recorded pre-pandemic by at Hi5 Studio. It was mixed by our very own Steve Davit, and mastered during covid at Turtle Studios. All in Philadelphia, PA Song titles are mostly taken from and inspired by our favorite poets - T.S. Eliot and Dylan Thomas. All pieces are improvised. Pulse Flow is improvised around an event piece score by Steve Davit Those who knew nothing (TEN22) is improvised from a graphic score by Mick Ricereto Album artwork by Mick www.spacewhaleorchestra.com


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