Tom Huber | Walk Through Elko

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Walk Through Elko

by Tom Huber

The arrangements have become more elaborate, reduced and more precise. Dramatic teleguitars, conciliatory banjos, the occasional clarinet and a wistful, deep voice, all wrapped up in the sounds of a Roland JX8P synthe- sizer. The album was co-produced by Bebi Jegen.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. As I Was On a Walk
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2. Don't Take Me Down
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3. Misty Man
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4. The Jacket (Is No Longer Mine)
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5. Lying On a Hill
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6. Empty Roads
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7. Strange Sunny Day
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8. Under the Blankets
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9. Good Old Darkness
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10. Running Into the Same Old Day
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11. Dancing With Leland
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Artist Tom Huber is prone to disappearing into studio, where he single-handedly creates languorously eerie music inspired by folk, gothic, electronic rock and western. In 2006 he released his debut album „Playing for the Goats“. For his intense live shows he teams up with his very own “Tom Huber Band”.
Tom Huber is hooked on searching big melodies that will transport him to his favourite place: the nowhere some- where in the middle of his head. It is not a sunny spot, a perpetual loop of autumn and winter. He finds comfort in dark and disturbing atmospheres and elegant beauty in the inscrutable, all of which he skilfully transforms into the theme music of a movie about a melancholic Gauloise Man in tattered trainers rescuing sheep on the steep slopes and misty plains of downtown notopia.
From hundreds of sketches he has now completed his second album “Walk through Elko”, 11 songs, each with its own distinct sound. The arrangements have become more elaborate, reduced and more precise. Dramatic teleguitars, conciliatory banjos, the occasional clarinet and a wistful, deep voice, all wrapped up in the sounds of a Roland JX8P synthe- sizer. The album was co-produced by Bebi Jegen.
For fans of : Mr. Bungle, Angelo Badalamenti ( Twin Peaks), Mark Lanegan, Ween, Ennio Morricone, Smog, 16 Horsepo- wer, Tom Waits, Beck

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