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Red Wire

by Red Wire

Surrealistic post-progressive head music. These offbeat rock tunes feature unusual and provocative instrumentation, and words plucked from dreams and other random inspirations.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. The Mystery We Bear
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2. Can't Say No
3:05 $0.99
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3. Mercury in Retrograde
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4. My Hands are Shaking
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5. Coming Back
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6. Time to Run
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7. Edemame
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8. Elaine Incident
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9. Quiet
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10. The Mark
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11. Changed My Mind
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12. Pretty Poppies
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Red Wire's music is written and performed by Jamie Kowalski, along with a few random guests who happen into his studio. Kowalski is a long-time veteran of the music scene, having played keyboards in bands as disparate as the DC's late-70s new wave band White Boy, and more recently the cool groove of Ted Hovis Band (Hovis makes a guest appearance on track six).

Kowalski's influences are wide and varied, leading to a style all his own. From the orchestral layering of "The Mystery We Bear" to the unexpectedly wondrous woven textures of electric razors, cell phones, and alarm clocks in "Elaine Incident," this CD is one delightful surprise after another, while somehow comprising a single cohesive vision.

"... perfectly brilliant!!! Incredibly bright, powerful!" - Serge Tikhanoff, Radio Penguin, Siberia

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Kevin HIll

A breath of life
Absolutely incredible, there's not a track on the CD that you can let yourself skip. Listening to it you allow yourself to forget everything else as the melodies sink into your blood; you breathe along with the music. Definately a must-have for anyone with the spare change. Don't miss it.
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Kevin HIll

A breath of life
Absolutely incredible, there's not a track on the CD that you can let yourself skip. Listening to it you allow yourself to forget everything else as the melodies sink into your blood; you breathe along with the music. Definately a must-have for anyone with the spare change. Don't miss it.
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Ryan Langrick

Simply Incredible! Great collection of musical art.
This CD is a great collection of music that anybody can just sit back and listen to. I personally have been listening to the MP3s off the website for a long time and finally bought the CD. I can honestly say the CD is much better then the MP3s and has become high on my stack of tunes to listen to.
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Ben Tork

Genius... I think
Some time ago, I stumbled across the red wire website, and bought this album from them on a whim. I thought it was pretty smart and twisted at the time, but sort of forgot about it. Well, I just "rediscovered" them while rooting around through a pile of my CDs, and I have to say that this stuff is really growing on me. Just wobbly and inventive enough that it'll never hit the radio, but should be in everybody's collection. The music is always pulling me in strange unexpected directions, but it somehow just feels right. Recommended listening scenario: late at night in low lighting.
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