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Und - Maxfield FLAC album

Performer: Und
Genre: Electronic
Title: Maxfield
Country: Italy
Released: 2005
Style: Minimal, Tech House
FLAC version ZIP size: 1488 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1571 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1462 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 259
Other Formats: AIFF VQF AC3 XM AHX ASF MP1

Art Rock & Prog-Rock) Records cover art by Maxfield Parrish (an American painter and illustrator, 1987-1966). 1983 The Moody Blues - The Present original painting: Maxfield Parrish - Daybreak (1922)

Anne Maxfield, Dick Maxfield, Evelyn Maxfield Byrd, Dan Byrd, David Byrd, Arthur Maxfield and Antoinette Maxfield, home movie 1957. Maxfield Family Page added a new photo to the album Jeanne Maxfield Litterio Album. 8 October 2018 ·. Children of Celeste Hoyte, daughter of Jeanne Maxfield Litterio: L-R: Autumn, Bethany, Jeanne, Richard & Angela. Maxfield Family Page added a new photo to the album Raymond Maxfield Album. 20 August 2018 ·. Brian Maxfield (Son of Raymond Maxfield) with his wife Carole and his son Craig.

Maxfield Parrish (July 25, 1870 – March 30, 1966) was an American painter and illustrator active in the first half of the 20th century. He is known for his distinctive saturated hues and idealized neo-classical imagery. His career spanned fifty years and was wildly successful: his painting Daybreak (1922) is the most popular art print of the 20th century. Maxfield Parrish was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to painter and etcher Stephen Parrish and Elizabeth Bancroft.

Felt by Adam D Maxfield, released 07 September 2017 1. Felt Happy 2. Felt Lost 3. Felt Like It 4. Felt Something 5. Felt Different 6. Felt Contemplative Felt. It is inspired by the dampened piano sound that is popular in current TV/Film drama. On this EP I explored the piano with the "felt" applied and the sustain pedal down to allow it to ring throughout which provided some beautiful natural harmonics and other sonic niceties when run through vintage tape drive effect. Each track is simply named expressing how I felt during composition.


Maxfield 6:06
Toverfee 4:02
Ambivalente 7:34


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DFRG_08 Und Maxfield ‎(12") Defrag Sound Processing DFRG_08 Italy 2005
DFRG_08 Und Maxfield ‎(12", Promo) Defrag Sound Processing DFRG_08 Italy 2005
A1, "Maxfield", starts the nicely odd proceedings with a heavily accented voice speaking dryly and tonelessly over off kilter hypnotic looping. A2 ups the weirdness ante even more. The female spoken vocals are back, now no longer speaking English. Sounds like they lifted soundtrack samples from some melodramatic 1930s film, and layered them over monotonous oil-drum banging. Odd in a good way. Finally, the b-side, "Ambivalente" gives us a respite from the weirdness with some soft ultra-minimal throbbing and clock ticking.

Awesome release with a skilful mix of opera-like spoken word on the B-side assisted by good tech-house beats. B1 is a hectic stand-up-comedy-like piece while B2 gives a deeper mood. A-side is rather dubby and relaxing. Keep going, UND.