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"Voyages..." by Dave Baxley "The Sky..." by Dave Baxley Calie Coxs CD Baby Site Futurewarrior Productions site Calie Coxs MySpace page \"The Temple of Now\" MySpace page Willinois Internet Jukebox Link (playing one of my songs)

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Two Worlds

by The Temple of Now

Rock / Psychedelic / Progressive
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Another Day
6:42 $0.99
2. Temple of Now
5:42 $0.99
3. Stained
3:24 $0.99
4. The Simple Truth
3:33 $0.99
5. Something More
4:25 $0.99
6. Reflections
4:28 $0.99
7. Once Upon a Dream
5:05 album only
8. The Other Side of the Darkness
3:23 $0.99
9. Time Is Slipping Away
4:19 $0.99
10. Crying
4:23 $0.99
11. Beyond All Pain
5:23 $0.99
12. Q-37
3:07 $0.99
13. Make It Real
4:49 $0.99
14. Riptide
6:11 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What is the “Temple of Now"you may ask? Being ambiguous, it’s going to be different for everyone but it may be best described as a “focal point in time,” similar to music in this sense. But then which focal point are you talking about? For the “now” becomes in an instant the “past.” The present “reality” becomes memory unless a choice is made to maintain the present. So, in such a way a "memory" can become the present focus. Through our own choices the ever-fleeting present moment can be the focus or so can an abstraction as the imagined --becomes REALITY. Thus, is the goal of this band -- To journey one through focal points in time; Musically and Abstractly transferring the Imagined into Reality. Whose reality you may ask? Who knows, for certain!
This music will take you on journeys through genres of music both future and past, but always with a foot in each realm. Enjoy the trip!


ABOUT DAVE BAXLEY: primarily a “live-oriented” prog-rock keyboardist, inspired by the stylings of Genesis and Yes, he co-formed Azure (recorded “Circle” in 2000) and has recorded three solo albums; as an audio engineer he’s co-produced projects for Dan Marshall, John Hansen, tracked with groups such as Temple of the Times and KeyDragon, and has produced soundtracks for several films and various radio commercials. Recently he had original tracks included on an international tribute CD to Eddie Jobson, "A Theme of Appreciation," produced by Ben Stein (2007). His secret weapon: “OM Light.”

ABOUT CALIE COX: “Home-grown” in Sacramento, CA, a multi-talent who plays Keyboards, Bass, Lead Guitar, Drums and possesses a truly individual singing style with an incredible vocal range. He founded three original bands: "CRYSTAL SPHERE" at age 16 with Mark Curry; Virgin Records recording artist-to-be and Aaron "El Hefe" Abeyta now the current Lead guitarist & Trumpet player of the world famous punk band "NOFX", next "PIRANHA" from (1985-1989) featuring the original drummer of "Tesla"; Bobby Contreras" and Joel Krueger who is the current Bassist of Frank Hannon's solo project "Kaleidoscope" and finally Calie's first successful Independent project "THE BIG BANG!" between (1989-1995), who had two songs make airplay in "A" and “B” rotations at 93Rock locally in hometown Sacramento,CA.
Calie recorded two original albums in the 90's and has two current projects up for sale this year 2008. His solo effort "OBVIOUS" and his latest project "TWO WORLDS" by "THE TEMPLE OF NOW" which has been recorded with friend & Engineer/Keyboardist Dave Baxley.

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Alexis Kleinhans

Temple of Now: Two Worlds
The Temple of Now: Two Worlds is a compilation of classic rock with some new age and jazz sounds mixed into it. Cal gets away from the Rush and Journey sound and puts more of himself into this one. TON still has an 80's rock feel to it with some newer rock twists to it. This was a "project" compilation, using older songs he "pulled from his closet" and some newer tunes which he recorded, using some new software, with Dave Baxley. The "project" was successful as far as I am concerned turning out great songs like Temple of the Now, Stained, Time is Slipping Away, Crying, Q-37 and Make It Real. Thoroughly enjoyable, so check it out!
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Logan Francis

Obvious
I really like this album. It has alot of variety on it, and it keeps you humming. Great tunes!! If your looking for something that is not like everything else in a good way, buying this would be my recommendation.
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Logan Francis

Two Worlds
This CD has some really interesting tunes on it. Moody and ethereal, as well as some pop stuff. Great melodies, good hooks, lot's of variety. I would highly recommend this for anyone looking for great new bands with originality.
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