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Still Life - Interlude

by Nelson Foltz And Tom Lynn

An hour of meditative, hypnotic drone music made without using electronic instruments.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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Nelson Foltz and Tom Lynn
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Album Notes
Multi-instrumentalists Nelson Foltz and Tom Lynn bring
considerable performing and producing experience
to this unique set of recordings. The still life series
creates serene and engaging soundscapes that allow the
listener to take a musical journey or just sit back and
float. The compositions, ranging in length from 15-60
minutes, are noted for the interesting and innovative
use of acoustic instruments to develop a sound that is
at once familiar and brand new.

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here's what people are saying about still life - interlude:

"While traveling from strange room to room on tour, this "Still Life" was a soothing companion I would look forward to meeting each night." -Gerry Leonard (David Bowie/Duncan Sheik/Spooky Ghost)

"The tremendous peace I get listening to them is like sonic spa treatment. Brilliant!" -Jim Donovan (Rusted Root/Solo artist/educator)



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Sophia Smith

Still life - interlude
I find this a wonderful meditation album. It has an amazing intensity and 'high vibration' at the same time as stillness, and a beautiful sound. Some albums of this kind feel as if they are encouraging you to become stupefied: I find this very alive and awake, at the same time as helping me to that quiet space.