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A focus of the ears&eyes record label

Bob Osborne By

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This time around we focus on the excellent ears&eyes record label with a selection of brand new releases and music from their wonderful back catalogue

Playlist

  • Sebastián Greschuk "Lluvia Eterna" from Paisaje (ears&eyes records) 00:00
  • Alex Filip "Maebi" from El equilibrio secreto de las cosas (ears&eyes records) 07:19
  • Matthew Golombisky's Cuentos "Cuento #15" from Volume 3 (ears&eyes records) 11:38
  • Charles Rumback "In the New Year" from Volume Three Sampler (ears&eyes records) 16:48
  • Trapper Keaper "Trapper Keaper Meets Tim and Aurora" from Meets Tim Berne & Aurora Nealand (ears&eyes records) 19:41
  • John Blevins's Matterhorn "Ember Dance" from Uzumati (ears&eyes records) 27:50
  • Juan Manuel Bayón "La Vida Simple" from Vidas Simples (ears&eyes records) 36:58
  • Matthew Golombisky's Cuentos "Cuento #1 : West Coast" from Volumes 1 & 2 (ears&eyes records) 44:46
  • Tomorrow Music Orchestra "Pangu" from Live at Ice Factory (ears&eyes records) 51:29
  • Phil Shurger "Yoruba" from The Waters Above (ears&eyes records) 1:00:00
  • Whirlpool featuring Ron Miles "Deciduous" from Volume Three Sampler (ears&eyes records) 1:13:55
  • Wing Walker Orchestra "We've Seen These Walls Crumble..." from Hazel (ears&eyes records) 1:21:07
  • Caroline Davis "Lincoln Land" from Volume Three Sampler (ears&eyes records) 1:28:12
  • Juan Pastor Chinchano "Fina Estampa" from Volume Two Sampler (ears&eyes records) 1:36:07
  • Matthew Golombisky's Cuentos "Cuento #11 : Third Coast" from Volumes 1 & 2 (ears&eyes records) 1:41:10
  • Sebastián Greschuk "Boomerang" from Paisaje (ears&eyes records) 1:48:00
  • Tomorrow Music Orchestra "A440ish" from Neon Jesus Garage (ears&eyes records) 1:54:41

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