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Three Moon Dance


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Six-Nail-Coffin

 Genre: New Age

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A Dance for the lunar cycle. As usual, all performances by me.
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Uploaded: Nov 19, 2010 - 10:22:20 AM
Last Updated: Nov 19, 2010 - 10:22:20 AM Last Played: Apr 17, 2019 - 11:33:13 PM
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shavingronaldscar said 3133 days ago (November 19th, 2010)
Solid!
God, I love the bassy breath on that drum, the way it sucks in and out between each hit. It hits the spot like nothing else. There's a clustering tinge of liquid whistle riding the shaker's tail, it sounds almost phased. So cool... Maddeningly slow build, the unwavering mantra allows the listener to really discover the intricacies of every oncoming sound as it immerses itself into the mix, enhancing the texture as any good new element should. Crisp, clean, and profound. A definite fave.
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Six-Nail-Coffin said 3133 days ago (November 19th, 2010)
Awesome review!
Comments like this are incredibly rewarding, and helpful.
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magnatone said 3133 days ago (November 19th, 2010)
Three Moon Dance
wow adam - you are really an arteest! this is elegant and earthy all at once. really beautifully conceived - i really love your stuff!
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Six-Nail-Coffin said 3133 days ago (November 19th, 2010)
Thanks!
Yeah earthy was the right word for this one! up through my toes and out my mouth!
Check out my latest song called Krampus Carol
Corporal Beef said 3132 days ago (November 20th, 2010)
I've Been Wanting to Comment all Day
I've listened a few times now and am finding something different in it with each listen. This piece leaves room for the mind to fill in details, instead of dictating the experience to the listener. The result is a complex, contemplative journey through time and imagination. This is a great piece. Thanks for posting.
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Six-Nail-Coffin said 3132 days ago (November 20th, 2010)
Thanks so much.
It seems I'm tapping into something with these pieces, and everyone takes away something different. I'm gratified that you took the time to listen so carefully, thank you.
Check out my latest song called Krampus Carol
smokey bacon jnr said 3131 days ago (November 21st, 2010)
great drone
I like the droning bass behind it all, really drives it along. And the flam effect on the drum gives it a real tribal feel. I like the way you've given the song room to breathe, I tend to panic that I'm not doing enough variation and intro new stuff in every bar!!
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Six-Nail-Coffin said 3131 days ago (November 21st, 2010)
Just the opposite
terror with this one. I was really worried about using such a slow build, but I think It paid off.
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kassia said 3131 days ago (November 21st, 2010)
i think
patience is the mark of a true artist. patience to let the song find itself. and to let the listener really absorb the song. wonderfully done. i love the steady rhythm, the heartbeat, of this one, letting the voices and flutes weave in and around it.
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Name: Adam John Prawlocki
Location: Delray Beach Florida United States
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Self taught in music, and professionally trained is fine art. I'm a sculptor and rogue taxidermist at large. When my sideshow comes to your town be sure to stop by and have a look at the oddities on display. http://www.leviathanfinearts.com... [see more]

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