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Santos

by Nights On Venus

This uplifting 4-song EP is a further exploration of the ethereal, atmospheric pop/rock instrumentals that NoV is known for with a little more punch added this time. Features the ballad "For All the Afterthoughts".
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. The Owl and the Lynx
4:57 $0.99
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2. For All the Afterthoughts
5:19 $0.99
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3. The Fool's Journey
4:17 $0.99
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4. Terra Incognita
3:57 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Official release date 08 July 2015
Produced and Engineered by Craig C. Thomas
Recorded and Mixed at the 'Cave Recording Studio, Golden, Colorado, February-June, 2015
Nights on Venus is: Craig "Professor" Thomas - keyboards, guitars, bass and programming

Mastered by Brian Hazard at Resonance Mastering, Huntington Beach, California

Cover artwork - "St. George Slays the Dragon", photo of stained glass window from St. George's Hall, Liverpool, UK
Cover Design by CCT
All songs written by Craig C. Thomas
© 2015 Excellent Sky Records / Nights on Venus Music / Craig C. Thomas. All rights reserved.

'Santos'... Español for "saints". 'Saints among us'... When the material had come together for this EP, I happened to watch the Bill Murray movie "St. Vincent" and that's where the title comes from. I liked the idea of that combined with the image of St. George slaying the dragon, symbolically representing things that stand in our way as an obstacle, to be overcome, whether at the personal to the global level. The music itself... ethereal pop/rock instrumentals, maybe a bit more rockin' this time.

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