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Hippies Singin' the Drone Om by Michael Evans and David Nuss
Expectation. It can be a funny thing when it comes to music. There is a lot of dialog around the critic’s table about expectation – should an artist reproduce a sound they are known for, placating the folks who are most likely to be listening? Or should they expand and explore the varying paths laid before them by their muse, potentially turning aside their devoted armada of ears? The sign, or sound, of a great musical creator is one who can take both possibilities and present something inherently them while also eliciting a little breath of “what is happening?” from
the listeners mouth. In a collaborative setting, there is a greater chance that the music walks out in a brand new pair of shoes… the combination of two or more varying musical minds can create something beyond either of those two options. This session eschews most known genres to present a different look at the concept of expectation. Raise you hand if you knew this was coming… Mastered by Patrick Klem, July 2012.
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