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The Deserts of Träun

The Deserts of Träun

The Deserts of Träun


The Deserts Of Träun: A musical adventure allying the use of Jazz, Funk, Classical, Black/Death Metal, Rock, Fusion, World, Video Game, and Electronic Music to sonically describe settings, character personalities, and events to an original science fiction comic book epic. The music is reflectively dynamic and complex, sad and glad, frightening and courageous. “The Deserts of Träun is story telling through the medium of modern music.” Featuring: Read more on Last.fm
The Deserts Of Träun: A musical adventure allying the use of Jazz, Funk, Classical, Black/Death Metal, Rock, Fusion, World, Video Game, and Electronic Music to sonically describe settings, character personalities, and events to an original science fiction comic book epic. The music is reflectively dynamic and complex, sad and glad, frightening and courageous. “The Deserts of Träun is story telling through the medium of modern music.” Featuring: Jason Schimmel - Distortion Guitar, Lewis Kijowski & Kevin Kmetz - Lead Guitar Amir Yagmai - Violin/String Sections, Steel String Guitar Ben Wendel - Saxophone, Flute, Bassoon David Murray - Drums, Electronic Drums, Percussion, Didjiridu, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Distortion Guitar, Keyboard, Melodica, Bass, Flute, Fender Rhodes Paul Mckee - Bass, Mandolin, Guitar, Assortments, Rhodes Alfred Weisberg-Roberts - Double Bass, Bass Music and Orchestration by David Murray Additional compositions: Joe Willis, Alfred W-Roberts & Mike Johnson Produced by Paul Mckee Visit www.davemurrayonline.com for music and more Traun. Visit www.colbybluth.com for visuals. Read more on Last.fm.

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