Raymond Scott Woolson | Broken Things Mended

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Broken Things Mended

by Raymond Scott Woolson

Celestial and ethereal shoegaze soundscapes with soaring epics and pastoral mood pieces.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. Future Self-Portraits
4:57 album only
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2. The Vision Maker
3:13 album only
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3. Bring Your Whirlwinds With You
5:44 album only
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4. Runner, Run Home
4:17 album only
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5. When I Am Lifted Up
7:55 album only
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6. Awake O Sleeper In Your Waiting Fields
7:09 album only
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7. Arda Envinyanta
6:15 album only
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8. Every Unrequited
7:14 album only
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9. The Kite Flyers' Reunion
4:39 album only
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10. Moving Up Day
8:59 album only
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11. White Founts Falling In The Courts Of The Sun
7:46 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Raymond Scott Woolson has been creating guitar-driven ethereal music since the 1990’s. “Broken Things Mended” is his fifth full-length album of celestial shoegaze soundscapes. Several years in the making, this release continues Woolson’s exploration of soaring guitar epics and pastoral mood pieces.

A fair amount of variety went into the mix. Here a shimmer of dreampop, there a buzz of psychedelia. A brush of piano, a burst of drums, and on several occasions a very commendable imitation of a string orchestra. Those in fact are guitars. This album is an ocean of guitar.

A passing touch of melancholy, a brief wistfulness, but no gloom or doom. Woolson will not add to the burden of darkness in the world. His is the music of light and love, of faith and hope. The songs on this album look forward and upward. Victories are won, promises are kept, and broken things are mended.


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