Piers - Sleeping On The Undercurrent

2009-07-31 13:04:17 UTC
Piers - Sleeping On The Undercurrent "Piers" is a solo effort of music that began in the late months of 2007. The initial deos were reccoded in early 2008. This is the first release from the project. A seven track collections of songs which were written, performed and recorded by Max Buchanan. ---------------------- ( Piers is what you hear when your walking home in the rain, with the anticipation of being warm and dry. The reverberating guitars put you in a far off place that is miserable, yet so full of hope ). ---------------------- Artist - Piers Album - Sleeping On The Undercurrent Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Ambient, Post-rock Tracklist 01 liverpool city. 02 to swim in a lake of hope. 03 how to converse with a mannequin. (parts 1,2&3) 04 paris. (interlude one) 05 lost time. 06 overcoming undercurrents. 07 sheer. Piers - Sleeping On The Undercurrent Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Lakes Of Russia Snezhinki Epigram Catacombe One Hour Before The Trip ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Thanks Ed... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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