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The Memory of Water

by Strong Sun Moon

A unique acoustic world fusion of beats and melodies infused with South American instruments, ancient rhythms and stirring vocal harmonies that uplift and inspire the listener.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Arrayán
4:34 $1.50
2. Sarayaku
6:50 $1.50
3. Red Hill Town
4:33 $1.50
4. The Memory of Water
6:05 $1.50
5. Cajun Moon
5:55 $1.50
6. Bloom
6:26 $1.50
7. El Cóndor Pasa (If I Could)
4:43 $1.50
8. Love Bird
5:21 $1.50
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Album Notes
Strong Sun Moon is a multi-genre experimental ensemble influenced by Latin, Blues and World music. The group transcends genre boundaries with ancient rhythms and a blend of musical styles from three continents, weaving a kind of inclusive love that inspires a true sense of community. Charango and Ronroco, (10 string South American lute-like instruments) blend with slide guitar and world percussion to form a compelling musical landscape highlighting visionary lyrics and social justice. The ensemble creates a wide range of textures, sometimes venturing into deep grooves, at others diving into vibrant latin rhythms paired with lush vocal harmonies. Camelia Jade & Mike Antone can also be heard on their debut release "Strong Sun Moon."

Musicians on this album:

Camelia Jade - a multi-instrumentalist of Chilean-American descent drawing from both modern and ancestral influences, composing on guitar, charango, voice and percussion.

Mike Antone - a songwriter born and raised in Washington state, draws influences from the Pacific Northwest timber and railroad music, and as far reaching as his grandfather’s stories and melodies resonating from the Black Sea.

Gabe Herbert - heard on fretless 5-string electric bass, is influenced by the deep sounds of “dub” style reggae, electronica, sonic meditation and more. He has been performing as a bassist with Camelia Jade since 2006.

Samantha Hiatt - a highly versatile musician and featured vocalist on the songs “Love Bird” and “El Cóndor Pasa (If I Could),” as well as harmonies throughout this album. Samantha performs in many groups ranging from Soul to Rock, Jazz, Theatre and more.

Dawn Reardon - percussionist, poet and Naturopathic Doctor. Her contributions of complex rhythms on frame drum create a distinct sonic style, complimenting the genre-blending fusion of this group.



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