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DEPARTURE SONGS

Hammock

Post Rock/Math rock


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3.44 | 21 ratings | 2 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1 (61:49)
1. Cold Front (6:59)
2.Ten Thousand Years Won't Save Your Life (6:28)
3. Together Alone (7:09)
4. Artificial Paradises (5:20)
5. Tonight We Burn Like Stars That Never Die (6:28)
6. Pathos (6:47)
7. Awakened, He Heard Only Silence (3:03)
8. Words You Said... I'll Never Forget You Now (6:35)
9. Tape Recorder (6:07)
10. Frailty (For the Dearly Departed) (6:53)

CD 2 (48:36)
11. Dark Circles (6:14)
12. (Let's Kiss) While All The Stars Are Falling Down (6:52)
13. All Is Dream And Everything Is Real (6:00)
14. Mute Angels (4:58)
15. Hiding But Nobody Missed You (5:06)
16. We Could Die Chasing This Feeling (6:24)
17. Glossolalia (2:11)
18. (Leaving) The House Where We Grew Up (6:00)
19. Tornado Warning (4:51)

Total time 110:25

Line-up / Musicians

- Marc Byrd / composer, performer & producer
- Andrew Thompson / composer, performer & producer

With:
- Christine Byrd / vocals (2,7,11,114,15,19)
- Jennifer Kummer / French horn (2,5,11,16)
- Mike Haynes / trumpet (2,5,11,16)
- Steve Patrick / trumpet & flugelhorn (2,5,11,16)
- David Davidson / violin (2,5,10,18)
- David Angell / violin (2,5,10,18)
- Kristin Wilkinson / viola (2,5,10,18)
- Matt Slocum / cello (1,4,6,9,19)
- John Catchings / cello (2,5,10,18)
- Love Sponge Orchestra / strings (2,5,10,18)
- Jack Jezzird / double bass (2,5,10,18)
- Keith Kenniff / drums, percussion, piano, noises, keyboards (4)
- Paul Mabury / drums (3,5,8,12,16)
- Ken Lewis / percussion, drums (11)

Releases information

Artwork: Andrew Thompson with Cate Davis

2xCD Hammock Music ‎- HMK-009CD (2012, US)

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HAMMOCK Departure Songs ratings distribution


3.44
(21 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
25%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(35%)
35%
Good, but non-essential (35%)
35%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (5%)
5%

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3 stars Hammock's "Departure Songs" is an album I find difficult to rate. On the one hand it accomplishes everything it sets out to do, creating a lush, dreamlike sonic landscape with moments of pure ecstacy. On the other, it's not terribly memorable or groundbreaking. I'd be hard pressed to different ... (read more)

Report this review (#965621) | Posted by bonestorm | Tuesday, May 28, 2013 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Hammock's latest release is a massive double cd full of layered guitar harmonies, sweet&slow arpeggios and calm drumbeats. Almost two hours in length, it is hard to say anything fully comprehensive about Departure Songs. I still have very mixed feelings on the album, even after giving it time to gro ... (read more)

Report this review (#906127) | Posted by Morsenator | Monday, February 4, 2013 | Review Permanlink

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