Oblivion Sun | The High Places

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The High Places

by Oblivion Sun

The band’s second offering is loaded with complex and daring musical twists, along with lush symphonic tapestries. This is musical story telling at its best.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Deckard
6:35 album only
2. March of the Mushroom Men
3:38 album only
3. Everything
2:39 album only
4. Dead Sea Squirrels
6:35 album only
5. My Eyes
6:10 album only
6. Awakening
1:59 album only
7. Flowers
2:31 album only
8. The Rules
5:40 album only
9. The Cage
3:53 album only
10. Our Eyes
2:07 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Oblivion Sun proudly presents the much anticipated release of “The High Places”, featuring founding members of progressive rock’s legendary Happy the Man. The band’s second offering is loaded with complex and daring musical twists, along with lush symphonic dimensions and tightly crafted vocals. This is musical storytelling at its best! Oblivion Sun is the brainchild of Frank Wyatt and Stanley Whitaker, founding members of 70′s Arista recording artists Happy The Man. HTM reformed in 1999 to headline Nearfest 2000 and they released their first CD in almost 25 years, “The Muse Awakens” in 2004. Frank and Stan recognized the difficulty in getting together to work on new HTM music due to personal schedules and proximity. They had amassed an abundance of material that they feared would never get recorded if they waited for HTM to record it. It was out of this reality that they began recording the duo project “Pedal Giant Animals”. The PGA project, with guest musicians Chris Mack and Pete Princiotto, became the seed for a new band…Oblivion Sun.
Oblivion Sun comfortably crosses many genres while staying true to their progressive roots. Expect a good deal of vocal content as well! Fear not, this is still prog and fans of HTM’s lush arrangements will not be disappointed!



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