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Moments of Suspension

by Moments of Suspension

A collection of curious instrumentals - a textural festival, a rhythm laden trek girdling the globe.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Song One 2
Knitting By Twilight
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2. Float
Blueshift Signal
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3. Cafe Without Words
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4. Light House
Incandescent Sky
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5. Sad Top
Knitting By Twilight
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6. Swallowed (Parts 2 & 3)
Knitting By Twilight
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7. Knitting By Twilight
Knitting By Twilight
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8. Oba
Knitting By Twilight
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Album Notes
Moments of Suspension - an it's Twilight Time Compilation.
A collection of instrumental curios from the curiosities cupboard.

Featuring previously unreleased tracks from Knitting By Twilight including rare live performances and a film score.
Splendid and much sought after 'finds' by Blueshift Signal and Overflower. A glimpse inside the writing rehearsals of Incandescent Sky, as they prepare their next release 'Paths and Angles'. For a detailed account of the origins of each composition, the players and other personnel involved, please visit Moments of Suspension at www.overflower.com

"The general scope of the music herein is a dreamy sort of texture based instrumental rock, often seemingly improvised but very telepathic and intuitive." -excerpt from Peter Thelan's critique in Expose' Magazine Issue 29 April '04.

"Four groups are covered in this short anthology of unreleased works and all have that hazy beauty Orsi is justly praised for. Nothing is too aggressive, everything's layered, sparkling in gauzy splendor, unassuming but gently firm and quietly expository.
Orsi styles somewhat after Bruford. Temperament and thought pervade his craftmanship, oft magnified by filligree and shimmering pastels." - excerpt from Marc S. Tucker's critique in Progression Magazine Issue 45 Spring '04.



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