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Completing the Cycle by Josh Maxey

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Album Title: Completing The Cycle
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014

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Fiona's Comments

After 10 albums in two years it's to the Max and beyond. A clear and identifiable guitar voice.

About the Album

I have found the creative flow of Meaning, Love and Purpose in Sound to be transformative. The lines between this flow of love, the notes on the guitar and my experience become less and less distinguishable. The last few years have been life changing! Starting in Spring of 11' we set out to make as much music with as much love as possible. We have recorded ten albums in that time. Completing the Cycle is the 9th release. This song features

Josh Maxey, guitar;

Jeff Jenkins, piano;

Ken Walker, bass;

and Paul Shaw, drums.

Completing the Cycle features new material along with a selection of music from the series of albums.

Track Listing

Completing the Cycle; Interlude; The Far Country; Coda; Hellhound; The Tombs; Part III (The Language of Sound and Spirit); Dear Ones; Riviera; Intent ; Hiding in Plain Sight; Mountain View; Incarnate

Personnel

Josh Maxey
guitar

Additional Personnel

Josh Maxey, guitar;Jeff Jenkins, piano; Ken Walker, bass; Paul Shaw, drums. David Nicholson, guitar #5,9: Brian Charette piano/Keyboard #6,12; Rob Woodcock, bass #6,12; Evan Pazner, drums #6,12; Chase Baird, saxophone #7; Jeremy Noller, drums #7; McClenty Huner, drums #8,10,13; John Tate, bass #11; Tim Collins, vibes #13; Aaron James, bass #13.

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Date featured

June 28, 2014

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