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The Long Sleep by Tobin Mueller

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Album Title: Wonder
Label: ArtsForge
Released: 2019
Duration: 02:01:00

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The long sleep, short and dour.

About the Album

A Second Line New Orleans Funeral March from Tobin Mueller's latest double album, WONDER. Features Mueller's solo piano introduction and traditional New Orleans backing band. (Track 7 of Disc 1 from the prog fusion experimental album WONDER.)

Track Listing

When the Future Comes; Let the Rumpus Begin; Rebellion Is a Lullaby (To the Boy Inside); Rock the Baby; Escaping the Fray Zone; Speak Truth to Power; The Long Sleep ; Dare to Sing; Ascent of Awe; Gethsemane Revisited I Won't Leave You; I Won't Leave You (Instrumental); Before There Were Gods (feat. Michael Hedges) ; Pandora's Box; Puzzle City (feat. Anton Mueller, Bob Piper & Scott Rockenfield); Lilith's Lament; Was There Once A Time; Chaos Is a Ladder; Dreams (Awake to Me) ; Out of Toyland; What Thou Lovest Well; Merlin's Awakening; Let Yourself Dream; Lady of the Lake; Pull Me Home; What I Was Thinking While You Were Talking; Loolay Lullaby; God Bless America.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Tobin Mueller: piano, organs, synths, vocals; Anton Mueller: bass, lead vocals; Scott Rockenfield: drums; Bob Piper: guitars; Darren Chapman: guitars; Michael Hedges: acoustic guitar; Rob Thurman: drums; Kenny Cash: producer.

Date featured

February 12, 2020

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