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Tracklist

1 Take it easy, Lad
2 The Omni-Present Sky
3 Solitary Feeling #1
4 Tribute #1
5 Fender Bender
6 Drift
7 Tranquility Base
8 Solitary Feeling #2
9 The Distance Between Everything
10 Always x ~

Steve Law - Solitary FLAC album

Musician performer: Steve Law

Title: Solitary

Style: Electro, Experimental, Techno

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1865 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 146

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Ironrunner
This album was recorded as a birthday present for my friend Andrew Belcher, and he has the only copy. It contains a very eclectic mix of music, from melodic electro/techno (Omni-Present Sky, Irrepressible Beauty of Nature) to experimental soundscapes (Fender Bender,Tranquility Base) and quite a bit in between. All tracks recorded between Sept. 1997 and March 1998. I decided to make this the debut release on Solitary (thus the title), even though it is not for sale. I do like the idea of one-off releases for special purposes, and plan to have a series of such releases on Solitary. I'm also interested in doing one-off releases with more elaborate packaging (even to the point of having a portable CD player containing the CD permanently encased within the packaging) which could stand up as a piece of art in their own right and perhaps be used in an installation space, or even as a sculpture in a museum space. I've had this idea for a few years now, but it will probably be a while before any of these works materialise. - Steve Law
Ironrunner
This album was recorded as a birthday present for my friend Andrew Belcher, and he has the only copy. It contains a very eclectic mix of music, from melodic electro/techno (Omni-Present Sky, Irrepressible Beauty of Nature) to experimental soundscapes (Fender Bender,Tranquility Base) and quite a bit in between. All tracks recorded between Sept. 1997 and March 1998. I decided to make this the debut release on Solitary (thus the title), even though it is not for sale. I do like the idea of one-off releases for special purposes, and plan to have a series of such releases on Solitary. I'm also interested in doing one-off releases with more elaborate packaging (even to the point of having a portable CD player containing the CD permanently encased within the packaging) which could stand up as a piece of art in their own right and perhaps be used in an installation space, or even as a sculpture in a museum space. I've had this idea for a few years now, but it will probably be a while before any of these works materialise. - Steve Law