BD Cabrera | Walking on Roots Leaves No Trail

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Walking on Roots Leaves No Trail

by BD Cabrera

An electronic, instrumental album that roams the landscape between ambient, soundtrack, and world musics. Best suited for inward adventuring in seclusion, or as your background soundtrack while keeping a low profile out in the hungry wild.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Expeditions Begin with Optimism
4:30 $1.00
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2. Mirage as Real as the Rest
3:59 $1.00
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3. Skimming
4:38 $1.00
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4. Walking on Roots Leaves No Trail
3:41 $1.00
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5. Dreaming Buoys
5:44 $1.00
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6. Low Planes
4:03 $1.00
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7. Navigating a New City
5:47 $1.00
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8. Going Back to That Day
9:24 $1.00
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9. Candles on the Riverbank
6:23 $1.00
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Maps are just lines,
or sometimes only words.
The world, whether inner
or outer, is just parts.

Usually some of those parts
seem better or worse than others.
But those parts are already in the middle
of changing into something else.

Maps don't care about any of that.
They never had a single thing
in common with their places anyway.
Maps can only try to remember them.

Still, they're better at that than we are.
They help us pretend to know
where we really are,
at least for a few minutes. -BDC

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