Ulrich Ellison | Lose Yourself

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Lose Yourself

by Ulrich Ellison

Based in Austin TX, this is the sound of 2012: Eclectic, dark, melancholic, with an virtuoso edge and orchestral arrangements. Porcupine Tree meets Pink Floyd on their way to a Jeff Beck concert. Are you ready to lose yourself?
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Info Stream
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2. Awakening
3:08 $0.99
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3. Public Eye
5:59 $0.99
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4. I Feel It, Too
4:35 $0.99
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5. Eternity
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6. Lose Yourself
4:38 $0.99
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7. On The Run
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8. Isolation
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9. Magic Golden Pill
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10. Rising Anger
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11. All Within You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Third album of award-winning guitarist Ulrich Ellison, backed up by a star-cast of players, including Dony Wynn (Robert Plant, Robert Palmer), John Bush (The New Bohemians), Steve Bernal (Alejandro escovedo, Joe Rockhead), award-winning vocalist ENA and many more.

"The times we live in are sometimes quite disturbing. When I first sat down to brainstorm for this record I felt I wanted to give listeners a world to escape in, to relax and enjoy. However, being surrounded by all this madness, it felt like I couldnt just ignore what is going on in our society right now. We are on the cusp of a revolution. The amount of information we get bombarded with every day is just insane . In the end, real happiness and peace of mind can only be found within ourselves, despite everything that surrounds us." Ulrich Ellison, Nov 2011

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New Release: Lose Yourself - Ulrich Ellison - Review
I just received the new recording, Lose Yourself, by Ulrich Ellison. First I want to applaud Ellison for endeavoring to make something that is spontaneous and unique rather than following the lead of everyone else. This recording is completely written and produced by Ellison. It opens with Info Stream, an ethereal backtrack of instrumentation and vocal that sets the stage. Awakening blasts out into the air with a hard driving drum, guitar and cello? Yes cello! This is a rocker but more along the lines of King Crimson, Trey Gunn or Mars Volta than Led Zeppelin. I like it! Public Eye has trace glimpses to Pink Floyd but with a more heavy and modern sound. I Feel It Too is much more subdued and predominantly ballad like. Eternity is a cool airy track again with the simplicity / complexity of some of the avant garde players earlier mentioned. It is quite a strong track. Lose Yourself is the converse is the answer to Eternity as I feel the recording is set up somewhat like a blues song where there is a musical question posed in one song and answered in the next. On The Run, again an soundscape track and very interesting but in this case resolving itself with strong guitar and rock reinforcement. Isolation begins with some unusual piano chords and then again built upon with other instrumental compliments. This is a great track! Magic Golden Pill, possibly the most straight forward track on the recording is strong and vocal oriented but of course with cool instrumentation. Rising Anger is a cool almost funky instrumental with a great jagged guitar lead and complimentary drum accompaniment. This is really strong! All Within You a final acoustic ballad to conclude the set.

If you get the chance to check this out...do it! I think that it is very innovative and keeps you listening
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