Lullabies for Winter

A 6 track downtempo ep (25m 24s) — released February 14th 2011 on Record Breakin Music
Winter, the coldest and most dreaded season of the year. The days are short and the nights are long. If you're not used to the cold you will hate it but for someone who was born in the winter, there is beauty and warmth already present. Each track takes you through a different moment within the season. Quiet, stillness, calm, gentle snow, storms, blizzard, love, family, break up, solitude Goal: Forget that anything one else exist for that moment if you're snowed in or coming home after a long day work-whether you're alone or with the one you love-find your moment. Let this project be your soundtrack. Take a seat and look into window the future. Track Notes 1. Joie's Overture snowed in, stranded-find station on radio or podcast, zone out alone reds sepia tones 2. Black Narcissus Joint blizzard, chords from old jazz standards off beat tinkle to sound like snowflakes stillness, calm listen to snowflakes falling, watching life outside sounds like lullaby white 3. Meteor around thanksgiving around family, raised on jazz, get to listen to childhood memories track says "ill be there quick even in a storm" faster than speed of comet ice sky dark blue, white 4. (Hot) Steppin' Dilla remake tribute notorius 16 -second beat never heard from again, wanted to extend all live instruments like jingle bells 5. N. N. Out winter months often equal break ups melancholy, but not depressing tracks says "im trying to work through this with you but..." voices come from meeting resistance 5. Part 2 - Salida (exit in spanish) the other side of n n out track says "ok f*#k it, im out" 6. Winter Baddness (dub) original song is about heartache dub version-fireside make up sex
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