Awakening - Justin Walter - Lullabies & Nightmares (File, MP3, Album)


Download Awakening - Justin Walter - Lullabies & Nightmares (File, MP3, Album)
2013
Label: Kranky - KRANK179 • Format: 11x, File MP3, Album 320 kbps • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Ambient, Experimental


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  1. Producer, Music By, Performer, Electronic Valve Instrument, Electronics, Trumpet, Kalimba, Other [Workbench], Layout, Design – Justin Walter Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout: 03/13/ PM # KRANK /5.
  2. Lullabies & Nightmares, Walter's debut for Kranky, expands on some of his self-released EPs and limited releases on Fred Thomas' Life Like label. This is partially due to the presence of drumming by Quin Kirchner on several of the album's tracks, including the effervescent highlight "Dream Weaving."9/
  3. May 27,  · Lullabies & Nightmares is the debut solo album of multi-instrumentalist Justin Walter, who also plays the trumpet with the group NOMO. Walter’s trumpet also appears throughout this album, along with various electronic and computer-generated sounds, the kalimba, drums and percussion (performed by Quin Kirchner, also a member of NOMO), and the Electronic Valve Instrument, a hybrid /5(2).
  4. Lullabies & Nightmares by JUSTIN WALTER, released 1. Mind Shapes 2. Dream Weaving 3. Awakening 4. Lullabies & Nightmares 5. Western Tears 6. Fears of a Wild Man 7. The Way of Five 8. Plastic People 9. Thoughts Sister Sleeper I Saw Your Face track from Lullabies & Nightmares.
  5. Lullabies & Nightmares is the debut solo album of multi-instrumentalist Justin Walter, who also plays the trumpet with the group NOMO. Walter’s trumpet also appears throughout this album, along with various electronic and computer-generated sounds, the kalimba, drums and percussion (performed by Quin Kirchner, also a member of NOMO), and the Electronic Valve Instrument, a hybrid trumpet /5(2).
  6. Buy Lullabies and Nightmares by Justin Walter on Bleep. Kranky have been handing out a string of incredible releases recently, and this LP – straight from the hands of Chicago’s number one trumpet player and electro pioneer Justin Walter – is no exception.
  7. Chicago-based trumpet player and electronic experimenter Justin Walter makes a lovely debut appearance on Kranky with his rarified first solo album. Sounding uncannily like the results of a secret hook up between Golden Retriever, Arve Henriksen and BoC, on 'Lullabies & Nightmares' Justin employs the Electronic Valve Instrument - a sort of hybrid trumpet and analogue synthesiser created .
  8. Lullabies & Nightmares, an Album by Justin Walter. Released on Kranky (catalog no. KRANK; CD). Genres: Post-Minimalism. Featured peformers: Justin Walter (aka_text music role_id aka_text, producer, aka_text {electronic valve instrument} role_id aka_text, electronics, trumpet, aka_text kalimba role_id aka_text, performer, layout, design), Quin Kirchner (drums), In.
  9. Buy Lullabies And Nightmares Justin Walter, Instrumental, CD Online Now at the Australian based Sanity Movie Store. debut album from trumpet player from Nomo. After years of touring, random gigs and session work as a gifted player, Walter spent a couple years intensively exploring the Electronic Valve Instrument (EVI), an '80s.

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