Fragments | 1995 - 2001

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1995 - 2001

by Fragments

An experience to cherish, this lush collection of music will awaken your senses with dreamy melodies and passionate lyrics. A definite CD for a long drive down a lonely road or for a quiet evening at home.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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1. A Season Long Past
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2. Mansion
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3. Jaguar
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4. San Geronimo Summer
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5. After All Is Said and Done
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6. Whatever The Day Brings
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7. This Much Is True
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8. Good Days Will COme
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9. Precious
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10. The One I Love
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11. Never Again
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12. The Haints
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13. Someday She'll Come Home
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14. Another Rainy Day
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded in May and June of 2001, Fragments is the culmination of six years of writing by Damian and Matthew Bonazzoli. The material is a complex blend of styles with folk, south western and classical influences adorned with haunting lyrics. On songs such as "The One I Love" and "Whatever the Day Brings," the production is lush and atmospheric, with layered instruments and percussion. At other times, such as the melancholy "Another Rainy Day," there is but a sole acoustic guitar and Matthew's unforgettably wistful vocals. This is more than a collections of songs; it is an experience to cherish. With over 60 minutes of music, this CD is for the discriminating as well as the casual listener.

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