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Whatever Is Not Stone Is Light

Label: Balance Point Acoustics
Released: 2020
Track listing: Limitless Autumn; The Embers Of The Year; Noon Nests In Your Inner Ear; The Sky Hides All Its Birds; Broken Mirrors Where The World Sees Itself Shattered; Flayed Sun; Night Of Wheat; Conduits Of Bone; Erasing Landscape; The Eye Retreats; Kneading Trough; Uncertain Foliage; Three Clouds & These Few Words; Heat Rested; Waiting Water; From Dream To Watching; Fire & Lichen; Edicts Of Salt; Thirst Wakes & Builds; From Yellow To Red; From Green To Yellow; Word With No Back To It; I Sun-Bone.

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Damon Smith: Whatever Is Not Stone Is Light

Read "Whatever Is Not Stone Is Light" reviewed by Mark Corroto

A well-known standing joke instructs a concert goer that the proper time to have a conversation during a performance is to wait for the bass solo. Maybe that joke is funny because it does happen all too often. Try as one might, though, it is impossible to get side-tracked during this solo bass performance by Damon ...


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