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Moments With No Sound - CD quality 44​​​​​​​.​​​​​​​1kHz​​​​​​​/​​​​​​​16 bit

by Echolyn

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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs) I thought "echolyn" was dead! They were among my prog favorites in the 90's, with "As The World" being the album I listened to most. It's still a milestone that stands solid as a rock in this genre, in my opinion. I didn't really like the path they chose from 2000 on, and after "The End Is Beautiful", I thought that's it. I was wrong... the band resurrected in 2012 with a splendid new self-titled album, recorded in the original lineup. Reportedly, "Moments With No Sound" is a takeout from this album, but it really isn't inferior to the included songs, by no means. The song sounds more like original "echolyn" than any of the works between "As The World" and "echolyn". A highly pleasant flashback, and great new joy at the same time!


Lyrics by Raymond Weston.

When you realize that you won’t be this warm again till spring
Don’t let your thoughts stray far away from the light
In moments of doubt in moments of no sound
Love, why won’t you help me?

The body knows when the mind wants out
Of cold machine and worn out boot
The inadvertent blows to the head remind me of where I am
Can you see me?

The rinsing and wringing of these dusty hands
Has worn their shine raw
I know where they’ve been and what they’ve built and what they’ve torn apart
In moments of doubt and moments of no sound

The simple things will be the death of me
‘Cause when I’m bored I stick a splinter under my fingernail
Be the death of me

The body knows when the mind wants out of cold machine

A nod with a vacant stare is all I can give you now
I’m miles away from here soaking sun, and free
Of moments of doubt and moments of no sound

Get me out, let me in love

The body knows when the mind wants out of this cold machine


released December 10, 2012
Recorded and mixed by Brett William Kull.
Mastered by Fred Kevorkian at Avatar Studios New York, NY.
String arrangement by Christopher Buzby.

Brett Kull: Electric and acoustic guitars, slide guitar and backing vocals
Ray Weston: Lead and backing vocals
Christopher Buzby: Piano, Wurlitzer, Hammond organ and synths
Tom Hyatt: Bass and backing vocals
Paul Ramsey: Drums and percussion

Additional Musicians:

Nina Beate (violin 1)
Kaveh Saidi (violin 2)
Lori Saidi (viola)
Rajli Bicolli (cello)

Written and Recorded at Area 602 studios between April 2007 and June 2011.
Vocals, synths and acoustic guitar recorded at Chateau Fornance.
Some organ recorded at Abington Friends School sometime in 2011.
Strings recorded at Catapult Sound in December 2011.
Mixed at Catapult Sound, October 2012.

Art layout by Jacque Varsalona.


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