Flood — Tales from the Four Seasons
(Unicorn Digital UNCR-5066, 2009, CD)
by Dan Marsh, Published 2011-06-01
Flood is a one man band who plays all the instruments (acoustic guitar, keyboards and clarinet, among others) on this CD which gives us four tunes, one for each season. The entire CD is a tranquil journey in the New Age vein of thought. This is definitely not a high energy experience but one to put in the player when you want some light music to get you by during some of the cold winter nights we on the East Coast get at this time of the year. I’ve read that the music took three years to come to fruition and it shows. A very enjoyable 70-plus minutes of music from this one man band.
Related artist(s): Flood
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