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    Posted: April 28 2019 at 23:04
I've released my third album. Streaming is free, but I hope you'll consider buying the album, as ten percent of all sales will go to Duke Children's Hospital. Here is why:



1. One Coin                   
2. Vita Brevis                   
3. A Month of Sundays           
4. On Your Wedding Day           
5. Glass Cannon Symphony           
6. In Season and Out of Season       
7. A Month of Sundays (Reprise)

This album is dedicated to my friend Alan Aycock, who had cystic fibrosis but was a great friend to me.

Alan never married, never had children, never grew old, and never grew up

The quality of his humor and wit was such that you could never be completely certain if he was laughing with you or at you.

I suspect his experiences taught him that life was too precious for someone to be anything other than honest and faithful.

Those who knew him still miss him.

And those who didnít missed out.

Ten percent of all sales from A Month of Sundays will be donated to Duke Childrenís Hospital in his memory.

Thank you for listening.

Itís been a long time, hasnít it?

Here's the link:

https://epignosis.bandcamp.com/album/a-month-of-sundays
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Very cool, Rob.   Looking forward to listening ~


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Originally posted by Atavachron Atavachron wrote:

Very cool, Rob.   Looking forward to listening ~




Thanks friend.  Good to see you.
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And you.   Death is such a strange thing and life so short.

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Originally posted by Atavachron Atavachron wrote:

And you.   Death is such a strange thing and life so short.



Absolutely.  This whole album reflects that.  I hope anyway.
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David, did you have any favorite track?
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Glass Cannon Symph and 'On Your Wedding Day' are impressive but I think it's gotta be 'In Season & Out of Season'.   I thought it had the more engaging chord structures and instrumentation.   The material was much more song-oriented than I'd expected.  

Lots of heart on this, well done.


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Originally posted by Atavachron Atavachron wrote:

Glass Cannon Symph and 'On Your Wedding Day' are impressive but I think it's gotta be 'In Season & Out of Season'.   I thought it had the more engaging chord structures and instrumentation.   The material was much more song-oriented than I'd expected.  

Lots of heart on this, well done.




Thank you for that.

"In Season and Out of Season" serves well as the album's climax, I believe.
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congrats, really well done symphonic prog!
'Glass Canyon Symphony' would be my favourite so far
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Originally posted by Rivertree Rivertree wrote:

congrats, really well done symphonic prog!
'Glass Canyon Symphony' would be my favourite so far


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very sweet.  A lot of advances have been made with CFS but so much further to go
I will listen to it, though I admit I still need to listen to your second album.  I really liked the first
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Originally posted by Epignosis Epignosis wrote:

I've released my third album. Streaming is free, but I hope you'll consider buying the album, as ten percent of all sales will go to Duke Children's Hospital. Here is why:



1. One Coin                   
2. Vita Brevis                   
3. A Month of Sundays           
4. On Your Wedding Day           
5. Glass Cannon Symphony           
6. In Season and Out of Season       
7. A Month of Sundays (Reprise)

This album is dedicated to my friend Alan Aycock, who had cystic fibrosis but was a great friend to me.

Alan never married, never had children, never grew old, and never grew up

The quality of his humor and wit was such that you could never be completely certain if he was laughing with you or at you.

I suspect his experiences taught him that life was too precious for someone to be anything other than honest and faithful.

Those who knew him still miss him.

And those who didnít missed out.

Ten percent of all sales from A Month of Sundays will be donated to Duke Childrenís Hospital in his memory.

Thank you for listening.

Itís been a long time, hasnít it?

Here's the link:

https://epignosis.bandcamp.com/album/a-month-of-sundays

Skeletor is back!!!!! Rob I still play Refulgence, title track Bold Eternal Day and Vestibule are favs of mine...will of course check this new one out.


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Originally posted by kenethlevine kenethlevine wrote:

very sweet.  A lot of advances have been made with CFS but so much further to go
I will listen to it, though I admit I still need to listen to your second album.  I really liked the first


The first one is being remixed / remastered.  It's been ten years and I have the technology and experience to fix a lot of rookie mistakes.
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Skeletor is back!!!!! Rob I still play Refulgence, title track Bold Eternal Day and Vestibule are favs of mine...will of course check this new one out.


I appreciate that!  I hope you enjoy the new one.  I suspect you will.  Wink
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I've had a great response so far.  Thanks for those spreading the word.  Smile
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