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2.92 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Four Months of Darkness (6:48)
2. Amber, Ember, Glow (2:29)
3. Our Mountain Pass, A Winding Trench (8:32)
4. Secret Fire, Binding Light (5:36)
5. Side by Side in This Gentle Descent (7:34)

Total Time: 31:09

Line-up / Musicians

- Matt Doty / guitar, keyboards, programming
- Josh Tillman / drums
- Zach Tillman / bass

Releases information

CD Burnt Toast Vinyl 57 (2003)

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COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
3 stars Saxon Shore, you're a very talented band and I'm glad I picked this album up. It shows great promise and I'll likely pick up another album you guys put out.

I just don't find myself listening to this one very often.

There are many interesting aspects of this album, like the acoustic approach and the overall rhythm of the album but on the whole, it just doesn't blow me away.

I enjoy it when I do listen but never really feel inclined to.

Hopefully on the bands later albums they create some hook that will make me want to listen more, they really do play well and have some great ideas.

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