Gregory Taylor | Dua_belas

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by Gregory Taylor

Gregory Taylor's second album for Palace of Lights continues his unique exploration of electronic and gamelan influences, produced and mastered by Darwin Grosse
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Gregory Taylor’s music is pure paradoxical delight! It seems simple but is extremely sophisticated, it casts a joyfully melancholy aura, and it tickles my intellectual emotions. Plainly put: these pieces are just terrific. Taylor is doing the kind of music that I wish Brian Eno and others would be doing, but it takes someone with Taylor’s command of contemporary technology coupled with his broad sensitivity to the nuances of sound to do this today. His work manages to evoke a rich musical history while simultaneously opening a doorway into a vibrant new sonic future. I could listen to this stuff all day. As a matter of fact, I have. I really like this music.

– Brad Garton, Director, Columbia University Computer Music Center

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