Andrew Wasylyk - Themes For Buildings And Spaces FLAC album
Genre: Audio recording / Folk and World music
Title: Themes For Buildings And Spaces
Style: Field Recording, Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1175 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1642 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1213 mb
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Andrew Wasylyk - The Paralian (2019). Songs in album Andrew Wasylyk - The Paralian (2019). 1. Through The Field Beyond The Trees Lies The Ocean. Themes For Buildings And Spaces.
Andrew Wasylyk - "Themes For Buildings And Spaces" 33rpm, 10" vinyl test pressing. Andrew Wasylyk's Themes For Buildings And Spaces is really going the distance, autumn into winter. I think it'll probably sound nice in the spring too. What a wonderful record. com. Themes For Buildings And Sp. ndrew Wasylyk - Lower Dens Works Live Session.
2017 Themes For Buildings And Spaces (320). 02. Under High Blue Skies. 04. Ghosts of Park Place.
Andrew Wasylyk: piano Scott Anderson: drum kit David Holmes: bass guitar Stevie Anderson: electric guitar Ross Nicoll: keyboard and Moog synthesiser Stephen Lee: Fender Rhodes Emma Kelly: glockenspiel Rachel Simpson: Flugelhorn Iain Robertson: Trombone. Andrew Wasylyk - Adrift Below a Constellation. Andrew Wasylyk - Journey to Inchcape. Andrew Wasylyk - Drift. Andrew Wasylyk - Mariner's Hymn.
Andrew Wasylyk's most recent album, Themes For Buildings And Spaces, was described by the man himself as an instrumental soundtrack to his hometown of Dundee, with each of the album's eight tracks dedicated to a different location in the city. Streaming above is the video for one of those tracks, 'Lower Dens Works', which takes its title from the city's jute mills built by the entrepreneurial Baxter brothers who became the world’s first linen manufacturers between 1840
Andrew Wasylyk has shot a live session for his moving new track 'Lower Dens Works'. The composer released new album 'Themes For Buildings And Spaces' earlier this year, prompted by the architectural changes in his native Dundee. Set to have a full vinyl pressing later in the year, Andrew Wasylyk took his live band to Bell Street Studios in Dundee to shoot a fresh live clip