Celtic / World Fusion / Rock, Tribal Trip Hop, Folk, Jazz fusion, Classica
We are going to upload the jazzy version of Until The Sandman Comes at the weekend and we thought you’d like to hear the album version to compare the considerable difference betweeen the two. The rough clip of the intro from the album version is online and streaming now and you can hear the rough mix clip HERE
The album version of this dark and twisted lullaby, has all our usual odd arrangements and instruments, whereas the jazzy version has only piano, double bass, drums (brushes only, no percussion) , low whistle (no uillean pipes) and one vocal (no harmonies). It’s a tad differernt, but we thought we’d like to give you all something for your support and help getting us this far.
The jazzy version, or “Until The Sandman Comes – jazz version” will be available for FREE to all our subscribed fans to download for a limited time at the weekend.
So make sure you get your download, while it’s still available!
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