Flow Theory | Flavors

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Flavors

by Flow Theory

balanced, full-bodied jazz-, blues-, and world-influenced folk rock with delicate floral notes and lingering finishes
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Religion
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2. Every Day
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3. PHP 7.0 Alpha
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4. The Paul Allen Song
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5. Hey Amigo
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6. Six Eyed Monster
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7. She
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8. Une Chanson Français
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9. Nothin
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10. Curly Joe
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11. Haiku
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12. On My Mind
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13. Sittin Down With Spain
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14. Tsmornin
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15. Man With Small F (The Inaccessible PDF Song)
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16. Heart Blues
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Flavors, the debut CD from Bellingham, Washington's Flow Theory, includes 16 tracks that provide an intelligent and entertaining mix of religion, politics, and lighthearted observations of everyday life. Flow Theory's rich tapestry of voice, acoustic and electric guitars, percussion, synthesizers and sound samples makes for an exciting musical adventure. What's Up! Magazine says this "versatile, genre bending album has something for everyone... Mastermind Terrill Thompson has created a crafty book of work that flows from song to song, keeping the listener involved and interested."

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