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Crossing

Crossing by Simon Sammut
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Simon Sammut

Label: Simon Sammut
Released: 2017
Duration: 00.58.00
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Track Listing

1. The Tin Soldier's Last Dance (feat. Tony Sammut, Melchior Busuttil & Angela Grima) 2. Daruma Doll 3. Be the Change (feat. Melchior Busuttil & Jonathan Ellul) 4. Promethean Man (feat. Melchior Busuttil) 5. Crossing (feat. Melchior Busuttil, Tony Sammut, Lena Sammut & Marc Galea) 6. Shades of Ember (feat. Mark Attard, Marc Galea, Melchior Busuttil & Kris Spiteri) 7. Bell Ringer (feat. Melchior Busuttil) 8. Fifty Something (feat. Kevin Abela, Ivan Borg, Godfrey Mifsud, Jesmond Azzopardi, Jonathan Ellul, Tony Sammut & Melchior Busuttil) 9. Frozen Glass 10. Frontier (feat. Melchior Busuttil & Tony Sammut) 11. When Stone Comes to Life (feat. Melchior Busuttil) 12. Princes of Serendip (feat. Jonathan Ellul & Melchior Busuttil)


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Simon Sammut
bass, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Music Composed by Simon Sammut Visual Art by Anthony Catania Artistic Associate - Tony Sammut Artistic Advisor - Kevin Abela Co-producer/ Technical Advisor – Melchior Busuttil Featuring the following musicians: Tony Sammut - Piano Mark Attard - Piano Melchior Busuttil - Drums, Percussion and Programming Marc Galea - Classical & Electric Guitars Jonathan Ellul - Electric Guitars Kris Spiteri - Melodica Kevin Abela - Trumpet Ivan Borg - Tenor Saxophone Godfrey Mifsud - Baritone Saxophone Jesmond Azzopardi - Bass Trombone Marlene Sammut - Voice Angela Grima - Flute Simon Sammut - Upright Bass and Electric basses Recording by Simon Sammut, Melchior Busuttil and Lito Galea Production, mixing and mastering: Simon Sammut Design, duplication and printing: Reciprocal Records

Album Description

The project is made up of twelve compositions capturing mystical, ambient dreamscapes and organic, melodic statements. The soundscapes – developed from different sources of thought, from ambient electronic, Western classical to traditional world music – are created to be textural, compelling, evocative, and meaningful.


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