Cobweb Strange | A Breath of October

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A Breath of October

by Cobweb Strange

“A Breath of October” sounds like smoke drifting from a neighbor's fireplace on a cold, wet fall evening: dark, lonely, mellow, psychedelic sounds with a gothic, jazzy flair and strange progressive rock passages.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. The Drowning Pulse of the Cold Green Sea
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2. Giant
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3. The Empty Shell
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4. Tea for the Sleepless
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5. Pure
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6. Currents of Nightshade
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7. On with the Show
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8. With Evening Falling
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Album Notes
With a dark, intense, (and sometimes jazzy) psychedelic rock / gothic sound, Cobweb Strange has been compared to a bizarrely wide range of artists from classic rock groups like the Doors, Pink Floyd and King Crimson to 80s alternative groups such as The Police, U2, Echo & The Bunnymen and R.E.M. to New Age artists like Nightnoise & Andreas Vollenweider to modern bands like Porcupine Tree, A Perfect Circle and Tool - all without actually sounding like any of these bands. "A Breath of October," the band's third album, offers a new landscape of tones to explore.

The Music Street Journal wrote:
"...With A Breath of October (Cobweb Strange) have given us a disc that shows a band finding their own way in the musical landscape and bringing a new maturity to their sound. It is really an unusual sound, rather dark and a bit strange, but I can't help but like it. I look forward to seeing where these guys find themselves next, as they continue to show more and more promise...."

(www.musicstreetjournal.com)

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Melanie Cox

Great! Definately a different style of music!
I bought the cd because one of my friends is actually in Cobweb Strange (Brandi). The band did a great job with the songs, and I love that the album has a wide range of vocal AND instrumental pieces. A lot of bands now-a-days sound the same: the lead vocal's voices, the beats. That is not the case with Cobweb Strange! I highly recommend buying "A Breathe of October," or any album's from Cobweb Strange!!
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Robert Smith

Reviving my love of Jazz
I found this band completly by accident searching for a friend in another band (Ricky Zero) and found this. had i found Cobweb Strange years ago i wouldn't have stoped listening to Jazz. Awesome i love it!
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Tim

Great
Nice and dark and jazzy at times. Loved the long intro to Pure. Highly recommended.
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