Tea With Warriors | Quiet Revolution

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Quiet Revolution

by Tea With Warriors

Dreamy, moody, electro-acoustic ambient pop.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Universe of You
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2. Letter From Cambridge
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3. Sorrow on Mass. Ave.
2:56 $0.99
4. Happy Monkey
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5. Drifting
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6. Southern Tier Suite
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7. Quiet Revolution
5:25 $0.99
8. Winterburn
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Album Notes
Tea With Warriors is a project of John Neumann, who writes, sings, and plays most of the instruments on the CD. Occasional guest artists include John Szinger (of Brothers Zing fame, www.zingman.com) and Chris Terpin. Influences include Pink Floyd, Genesis, Peter Gabriel, YES and other prog rock, ambient music, as well as more recent electronica such as Cibo Matto and Ishq. Tea With Warriors' first release, "Quiet Revolution" explores dreamy, mellow, and moody territory.



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