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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Friend of Mine 4:38
2. A Far Cry 1:57
3. Dream Eater 4:40
4. Tragic Mask 3:11
5. Side Two 9:00
6. After the Lullaby 2:50
7. Rapid Eye Movement 5:26
8. Torrential 4:02
9. Falling Awake 1:33

Total Time 37:17

Line-up / Musicians

- David Bernath / acoustic & electric guitars, piano
- Rick Whitehurst / keyboards, piano
- Ann Bernath / drums

Note: The actual instrumentation could not be confirmed at this moment

Releases information

Recording of instrumental jam session from the beginning stages of the band, sans bass and vocals

CD 57 Records - B112 (2007, US)

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Devour My Evil Dream is the first release from California based trio Baku Llama.

The music here seems to be influenced by jazz and krautrock, as well as synth-based new age music; with some psychedelic touches at times.

The music is mostly on the dark side; and at times can be on the simplistic side. The first two and last two tracks on this album really doesn't work for me; but the 5 songs in the middle are highly enjoyable atmospheric and dreamy tunes; all of them with some dark and eerie touches that makes them captivating.

Unlike the following album Eris, this release is an all-instrumental effort, and quite a few of the compositions here can be found in a more developed and elaborate version on that release.

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