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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. San Solomon (3:43)
2. Lament (3:37)
3. The Summer (4:02)
4. The Winter (3:56)
5. Greyish Tapering Ash (3:42)
6. Baleen Morning (3:25)
7. Barefoot Pilgrims (4:54)
8. Context (4:03)
9. Process (6:21)
10. Divisadero (3:10)
11. Limmat (3:23)
12. Theme No.1 (5:10)
13. Windansea (3:57)
14. San Solomon (3:29)

Line-up / Musicians

- Rob Lowe and Michael Mueller / guitars and piano
- Aisha Burns / violin
- Dylan Reick / cello
- Travis Chapman / double bass
- Kendall Clark / drums

Releases information

Label: Western Vinyl
Year: 2008
Country: US

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BALMORHEA Rivers Arms ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(40%)
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