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Starlight - Vincent Carrs Sumic - REkindled (CD, Album)

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  1. ‘Rekindled’ is an album I’m very proud of. From short, folky pieces like the opening ‘The Hall of the Bright Carvings’ and ‘Starlight’, through the upbeat and slightly funky ‘News just in’, to the message of positivity in the title track and the epic ambience of the closing ‘Norham Castle Sunrise’, it is adventurous yet very accessible music.
  2. The new SUMIC album, ‘Macrocosm & Microcosm’ The new SUMIC album will be out in a week or two! The new album is probably best described as an ‘ambient’ work – it’s is very atmospheric (and a little bit cosmic), but it also has a large element of melody, as .
  3. The album in question "White Fog" is one of my all-time favorite works in any medium: its pitch-shifted violins, bowed bicycle wheels and pastoral field recordings are sounds I've revisited numerous times and I'm delighted to have this discussion with Sylvia but before we start, I want to urge our readers to listen to "White Fog" in its.
  4. Compact Disc (CD) £7 GBP. Rekindled – 'Rekindled' CD deluxe digipack Compact Disc (CD) £7 GBP. more merch about. Vincent Carr's SUMIC Swindon, UK. placeholder. SUMIC (pronounced 'some-ick' - dialect from north east England meaning 'something'. It's also a fairly obvious anagram!).
  5. Select Artist Title Album; Vaerket: CCTV Of A Boy: - Young Again: Vaerket: Epilogue: - Jealousy Hits: Vaerket: Green Knight: - Young Again: Vaerket.
  6. “Lick It Up”, their 11th studio album, featured Vincent on lead guitars. He co-wrote the album with the exception of two songs written by Gene Simmons. This proved to be a promising start to a new era of Kiss. Their years on Casablanca were over; Mercury was the new label. The cover was literally a clean slate.
  7. Mar 12,  · For anyone who's been following Navel-Gazers, Rekindled will seem an anomaly - this is an album of compositions with distinct melodies, rhythms, and even a few lyrics! like all my favorite recordings it's also a musical artefact with a substance of its own, percolating somewhere underneath the surface of the sounds and enduring after repeated listens in fact if I had to choose one album .

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