Martin Finke - Take Care mp3 album
- Performer: Martin Finke
- Title: Take Care
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: VOX FLAC AU VQF MP1 AIFF DTS
- Released: 2004
- MP3 album: 1950 mb
- FLAC album: 1351 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 723
All songs by Martin Finke (20) All albums by Martin Finke (2). Let It Ring (2001). MusicBrainz: Martin Finke. this site: Martin Finke.
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The album kicks off dynamically with the half spatial, half dreamy " Last Known Surroundings ". The ebb and tide structure, the careful use of synthetic sounds, the tranquilizing sections before the emerging waves are all formulas for why this track will make you feel excited for more, and more is what you'll ge. In Overall, the album is exploring interesting new possibilities and stating that Explosions In The Sky is not another post-rock band which will fall into the traps of the genre to make it more melodic and outstanding just like the case if we viewed a kinda heavier sound like Isis & Tides From Nebula.
Martin Finke was born in Germany, grew up in Ireland and now lives in San Francisco. He has been touring and putting out records independently over the past few years. On his new album, Make Daylight, Martin uses found sounds, vinyl crackle, homemade microbeats and his acoustic guitar. He writes love songs about losing track of time, driving and people who look great together but belong apart.
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