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Gypsy's Having A Broken Dream - 7 pieces for voice and guitar played by one performer

Gypsy's Having A Broken Dream - 7 pieces for voice and guitar played by one performer by Convulsia buy album

Convulsia

Label: Trash Jazz Ape
Released: 2018
Views: 378

Track Listing

1. Just Gave Up The Fight 2. When We Got Nothing 3. The Truth Is Out 4. The Guest Of The Grey King 5. Few Steps Further 6. Appointed by man (moist lament)

Personnel

Convulsia
Convulsia

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Convulsia - vocal and guitar

Album Description

Release date: July 15 2018. 7 recordings of vocal-and-guitar-only songs. Mix of different styles from jazz, noir or even cabaret music in minimalist frames with very raw and organic sound, sometimes with noisy guitar and amp buzz and with very emotional vocals. Each song brings a story of deep emotions, sometimes near losing sanity. https://trashjazzape.bandcamp.com/album/gypsys-having-a-broken-dream-7-pieces-for-voice-and-guitar-played- by-one-performer


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