The release also contained a self-printed download code card, which offered a free remix of one of the songs on the album.
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The Hang solo album „Stilte is dedicated to those who yearn for silence. The Dutch sound artist, percussionist and drummer Marcel van Cleef concentrates on the amazing, deep, elemental and warm sounds of the Hang. On four differently pitched Hangs he creates a fascinating ambience of inner tranquility and serenity. A trip to Sweden last summer inspired him to record this new album. It was the beauty of the nature, the sublime wilderness and particularly the quiet, which impressed him strongly.
The band not only justifies but seems to maximize use of all of the above on an exuberant 32-minute LP that keeps upping the ante. Turn the dial to early-'70s AM gold for "Follow the Leader," with its funky groove, big brass, (surely choreographed) female backing vocalists, and France's sassy snarl. Changing gears, "Avalon" touches on Dixieland and ABBA, while "On Lankershim" takes on a sort of countrified Elton John.
Art of Dying" (sometimes titled "The Art of Dying") is a song by English rock musician George Harrison that was released on his 1970 triple album All Things Must Pass. Harrison began writing the song in 1966 while still a member of the Beatles and during a period when he had first become enamoured with Hindu-aligned spirituality. The subject matter is reincarnation and the need to avoid rebirth, by limiting actions and thoughts that lead to one's soul returning in another, earthbound life form.
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How to Hang a Picture. Even high-end art-like this trio of Ellsworth Kelly works-benefits from leaning, which adds a textural touch when other works (like Kenneth Noland's lithograph Quartet, here) hang nearby. 1. Decide on a strategy. Can I drill into brick? What about tile?