Jeff Neiblum | Traveling Music

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Traveling Music

by Jeff Neiblum

Traveling Music is collection of wildly differing melodies and rythms. Incorporating orchestras, synths, guitars, vocals and a variety of sampled weirdness, these pieces fit together like a disfunctional yet loving family. Ideal for film or game projects.
Genre: New Age: Progressive Electronic
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1. The Higher Road
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2. Below The Surface
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3. March To The Front
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4. Up Here
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5. Red Eye
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6. Moving Great Distances
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7. TransNDance
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8. Over The Underpass
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9. Under The Overpass
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10. Disappointment
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11. Out Of Control
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12. Love And Pain
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13. Northbound - Warm Summer Night
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14. Traveling Music
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15. Passing Pluto
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This was my first solo project. It's a mish-mash of different moods, styles and instrumentation collected from things I wrote between 1995 and 2005. Moving Great Distances was written by Gary Ray, Maz Kessler and myself in our band State Of Desire in 1981. With this 2001 interpretation, I've given it a new lease on life. There are several songs with lyrics and vocals, some are synth based, some are guitar/bass/drum oriented and others have orchestral instrumentation. Although they are of very different textures, they seem to play together well - like loving but mildly dysfunctional siblings. Enjoy!

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