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Chiano Lake

by Xolin

Open your eyes to the world of electronic keyboard and cello as Xolin takes you on an unforgettable journey to Chiano Lake.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Bells Upon The Heavens
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2. Here Comes The Up
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3. Strolling The Midnight Hour
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4. Ice
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5. Clouds
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6. Morning March
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7. Reward
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8. Strolling The Midnight Hour Remix
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9. Juni
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10. No...
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Album Notes
The writer behind Xolin's music, Colin Lenehan, was born in Philadelphia on August 8, 1987. Colin was first introduced to music at the age of 6 when he began private piano lessons. Cello was added to his repertoire when he hit 11 years. Always anxious to start a band with friends, his unsuccessful attempts eventually lead to the solo work of Xolin.

The music of Xolin was born late 2002 in the form of an album titled Chiano Lake. In the years following, Xolin produced four additional collections of his aural art, including Monton's Way (2003), Con-formist (2004), Hypochronic Stillness (2005), and In the Wake of Fever (2005). His sixth album, Scream Louder, will make its debut later this year.

Combining both electronic and acoustic instruments, Xolin produces a unique sound that ultimately fails to be described in contemporary terms. Some of his favorite artists include U2, Coldplay, Massive Attack, and Radiohead. Upon listening to some of Xolin's work, one may be able to extract certain elements resembling the sounds of these artists.



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