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Wood and Wires - Wood and Wires (2006)


1. Telescopium
2. Canes Venatici
3. Archernar
4. Gienah Cygni
5. Vega
6. Alya


I'm sure I will forget how I found this in the coming months, but I am quite glad I did. The winding of the music throughout is beautiful, the composition is sublime. I must admit, it is hard to describe apart from this: The album is like sitting inside of a cool and dark cave, smooth rock lining the walls, as you stare out into the Aurora Borealis admidst trees as tall as they are ancient. That's how it feels to listen to this album.

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