Anthony's Garden - Lost Descendants (2016)


Anthony's Garden - Lost Descendants (2016)
Artist: Anthony's Garden
Title: Lost Descendants
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Nasswetter Music Group
Genre: Folk, Indie, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 43:02 min
Total Size: 102 MB




Tracklist:

01. Heart Of Stone
02. Do Better This Time
03. The Trouble I'm In
04. How Can There Be Love
05. Pale Moon Rising
06. Lost Descendant
07. Hooked On You
08. The Better Man
09. Avalon
10. Does Anybody Know
11. One Two Three

In March 2016, the second album of Anthony's Garden at Nasswetter Music Group appears. Recorded and produced the work was the sound magician Martin Kälberer. The pre-release concert rises on March 4 in the Kranhalle / Feierwerk Munich.

For this special event, the three musicians bring gain to the stage: Marion Dimbath on trombone, Reinhard Greiner on the trumpet and Robin Kern on bass. As support, the duo announced Alloy. Marion Dimbath and Nicola Schüpferling are running hot with tuba, glockenspiel and their sweet songs irony detectors.

The trio of singer / songwriters Prince York and Maurice Brox and drummer Slim Pearl confesses on his new album "Lost Descendants" once all the wisdom of the folk songs, which remains reduced to its essential components. Nevertheless, the three "Lost Progeny" go here on their original line addition.

Both Bläsersätze are heard there, but also irish appearing sounds of bagpipes and tin whistle as well as east-meditative sitar melodies, multi-instrumentalist Tom Hake contributed. Texts that deal equally unadorned with love, hate, drugs and death. It is noticeable here that the story is not an accessory to the song, but driver who wants to be heard.

The music of Anthony's Garden reminds folk greats such as Bon Iver, José González, William Fitzsimmons or Alexi Murdoch.







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