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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Morphogenetic Fields (7:00)
2. MC Squared (5:21)
3. Private Collection 1 (4:03)
4. Private Collection 2 (3:10)
5. Teilhard de Chardin (4:17)
6. Private Collection 3 (3:57)
7. Private Collection 4 (4:04)
8. Fields Within Fields (4:53)
9. E= (4:20)

Total Time 41:05

Line-up / Musicians

- Neil Campbell (Bulbs) / guitars and keyboards
- Perri Alleyne-Hughes (Perri and Neil, Sense of Sound) / voice
- Anne Taft (Neil Campbell Collective, Ghost Stories) / voice
- Marty Snape (Bulbs) / electronics
- Roger Gardiner / bass
- Viktor Nordberg / drums

Releases information

Format: CD, Digital
Release date: March 9, 2015

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars UK composer and musician Neil CAMPBELL has been around for a good few years, with 10 albums to his name as a solo artist, as well as with his band The Neil Campbell Collective, and also occasional side projects such as Bulb from a few years back. "eMErgence" is the most recent of his solo albums, and was self-released in the late winter of 2015.

I suspect that they key aspect to focus on when trying to describe this CD is that it is an elegant one. It showcases the talents of a composer and musician with an ear for the unobtrusive use of his main instrument and how this may elevate the end result and create nerve and tension in a more cloaked manner, yet also using the opportunity to showcase that he does indeed master the use of the guitar in a more dominant manner when called for as well. Those fond of elegant jazz rock in general and music of that kind with liberal use of the acoustic guitar in particular should take note of this production, and those fond of mainly instrumental albums that ordinarily won't listen to this type of music may find this CD to be a compelling one as well.

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