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Don Kenoyer | Cloud Chamber

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Cloud Chamber

by Don Kenoyer

Soundtracks that span Electronica, Ambient, Experimental, Dub, Lounge and Jazz.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stratosphere
3:25 $0.50
2. Cinema
4:06 $0.50
3. Gamalon Noir
6:30 $0.50
4. Procession
4:06 $0.50
5. Mirage
5:48 $0.50
6. Solar Sway
4:58 $0.50
7. Float Plane
3:43 $0.50
8. Cloud Chamber
4:45 $0.50
9. Moonlight Waltz
5:32 $0.50
10. Slumberland
9:40 $0.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is music that dreams of painting with light in an imaginary cinema. These tracks are like a collection of postcards from the cloud chamber where previously invisible interactions are made visible and tangents observed. This is the sound of passing light through landscapes real and imagined.

This collection instrumental music explores and experiments with the idea of imaginary soundtracks with diverse influences such as Barry Adamson, Tindersticks, Brian Eno, Tom Waits, Weather Report, Miles Davis, and the sound of Dub.

Don Kenoyer and special guests featured on these tracks have been members of several bands in the Puget Sound area including The Tiny Hat Orchestra, Insomnia, Life in General, Sacred Plastic, Applied Science and Stick Figures.



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