Liquid Skies | Mourning Sun

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Mourning Sun

by Liquid Skies

Acoustic wind/stings accompany electronic experiments that embark on a journey unique for the listener.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. Ocean
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2. Freeway
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3. Doves Sing
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4. Atlantis III
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5. Space X
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6. Intergalactic Dominion
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7. Creatures
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8. Haiku Park
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9. Lucy
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10. Rise
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11. Preparations for Reunion
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12. Pray Mantis
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13. Moon Rain Lillies
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14. Carousel De Amadeus
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15. Xk2
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16. Liquid Skies
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tom and Laurie Reese have a long list of accomplishments. Both are accomplished musicians that can be found gigging all over the East Coast. Tom composed music for the film Metropolis and both Tom and Laurie have composed for a variety of clients. Rob Jackson, native Kentuckian transplant to Oakland, CA, is an intuitive artist that says he sometimes makes noise. Rob recruited Tom and Laurie Reese on his project which they named Liquid Skies. Song titled xK2 features Kali, a visiting member that helped produce that track.

The joys and sorrows of life expressed in their debut album "Mourning Sun" were created with an excitement that translates to the screen and in listening and improv dance performances that recently began featuring the music. The band was surprised they jumped up to no. 2 in the SF Bay Area within the first few months of the band forming prior to the official release. Request liquid Skies for radio play to help this band find their fans. Half the fun is making the music, the other half is sharing it.

Part of the proceeds support charitable and educational work. See www.ripstar.cfsites.org for more information.

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