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Kyle Bobby Dunn - Fervency download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Fervency
Style:
Neo-Classical, Neo-Romantic, Modern, Drone, Ethereal, Ambient
Released:
2009
FLAC vers. size:
1132 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1691 mb
WMA vers. size:
1401 mb
Other formats
AUD WMA XM MMF MPC MIDI AU
Rating:
4.5 ★
Votes:
177

The pieces on Kyle Bobby Dunn & the Infinite Sadness are often reminiscent of Mark Rothko’s monumental color field paintings; uniform in texture and tone, with the artist attempting to evoke a powerful emotional response from his audience through pure, unadulterated beauty. Tiny Mix Tapes "Often Dunn gets right to the point, setting each piece’s structure quickly and succinctly, rarely messing with extended intros or sitting on a single idea for long  . Matt Sacks Dude below me is wrong, I think the children laughing is one of the best parts of the album. Clark Travagini the first track features a jarring sample of screaming children that feels awful that almost single handedly ruins an otherwise excellent record.

This album has an average beat per minute of 91 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 91/91 BPM). 2. The Tributary (For Voices Lost).

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Kyle Bobby Dunn and the Infinite Sadness.

Tracklist

1 Butel (Kersey) 17:28
2 The Tributary (For Voices Lost) 10:36
3 Mobiles (There Is No End) 14:32
4 Promenade 9:06
5 Baltic Sea Kisses (Viul Winter Remix) 7:46

Credits

  • Arranged By – Kyle Bobby Dunn
  • Composed By – Kyle Bobby Dunn (tracks: 1-4)

Notes

Collection of aged guitar drone recordings that began on the composer's east coast travels in 2006.

Released on Brooklyn's Moodgadget label in 2009 as a digital only MP3 and FLAC release. Available on iTunes and the label website.

Tracks 1-4 appear on the 2010 Low Point release, 'A Young Person's Guide to Kyle Bobby Dunn.' Some were given slightly different titling.