Christopher J Wray | Live in London

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Live in London

by Christopher J Wray

Live music of symphonic electronica from UK\'s finest.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. The Dreamers End
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2. Life Existence
5:40 $0.99
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3. Bells
4:47 $0.99
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4. Dreamers
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5. We Are Dreamers
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6. Digital Child
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On 25th August 2007, emerging UK Electronic artist, Christopher J Wray, performed some of his well known compositions for the first time, completely live to a an intimate crowd at the Swiss Church, Covent Garden, London - while premiering a brand new track from his latest album \"BERLIN\". Christopher J Wray\'s first outing as a electronic music performer assuredly points of great things to come.

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Helen Newman

A Symphony of sound
I liked this album and it will go on my list of "wants". I have to say that my favorite is "Dreamers". I think it combines the popular rythmn with a catchy track. The others are ok, I think that maybe the intros are a bit long on most of them. You are suspended waiting for the actual track to begin, or to get into the meat of the song. The most inventive is the track called "Bells". I dont know that this is a commercial success but I loved the inventiveness of it.
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