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Obscure Sorrows

Obscure Sorrows by Ryan Carraher buy album

Ryan Carraher

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Duration: 01:06
Views: 650

Track Listing

Pâro; Daguerreologue; Lachesism; Olēka; Kuebiko; Vemödalen; Altschmerz; Klexos I; Klexos II.

Personnel

Ryan Carraher
Ryan Carraher

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Ryan Carraher: compositions, arranging, guitar; Steve Wilkinson: drums; Greg Toro: bass; Colin Edgar: saxophone; Evan Waaraama: keyboard, piano; Anna Ward, soprano (8, 9).

Album Description

The sophomore release from guitarist/composer Ryan Carraher Every track on this record is inspired by a word from John Koenig's "Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows". These tracks are the sonic embodiment of the emotions and thoughts inherent in these words which capture abstract, but widely experienced, peculiarities of the human condition. Special thank you to everyone who donated to the crowdfunding campaign to make this album possible! credits


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