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Born into Beauty

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: 1) Born into beauty 2) Our eternal laughter 3) At the still point 4) Do not go gentle 5) Pulse flow 6) Interlude: Direct from birds 7) The secret voice 8) “Quick,” said the thrush 9) Leaves filled with children 10) Until the sunbreak 11) Outside of time 12) Interlude: Reconciled 13) Those who knew nothing (TEN22) 14) Particle dance 15) Houses rise and fall 16) Though they go mad 17) Before the silence


Born in Beauty

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Born into beauty; Our eternal laughter; At the still point; Do not go gentle; Pulse flow; Interlude: Direct from birds; The secret voice; “Quick,” said the thrush; Leaves filled with children; Until the sunbreak; Outside of time; Interlude: Reconciled; Those who knew nothing (TEN22) 13:35; Particle dance; Houses rise and fall; Though they go mad; Before the silence.


Article: Album Review

Space Whale Orchestra: Born into Beauty

Read "Born into Beauty" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The Philadelphia based Space Whale Orchestra is a collaborative improvisational quartet that has been successfully forging a singular style. Led by keyboardist Erica Corbo, the group's Born Into Beauty goes beyond conceptual cohesiveness—it is, in fact, a single, spontaneously created, 17-part suite. The band members perform this stimulating, genre defying work with sensitivity and ...


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Quick, said the thrush

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Duration: 01:53


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