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Studio Album, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Not Dark Yet (4:55)
2. Flood I - Live in Montreal (March 7, 2014) (5:12)
3. Three Days (6:16)
4. The Seven Who Were Saved (3:42)
5. Flood IV - Live in Huntington, NY (March 14, 2014) (4:30)
6. The Beautiful Umbrella (3:41)
7. Flood II - Live in Quebec City (March 8, 2014) (6:53)
8. Odra (3:28)
9. The Last Wave (4:49)
10. Flood III - Live in Boston, MA (March 10, 2014) (4:14)
11. The First Return (7:52)

Total Time: 55:32

Line-up / Musicians

- Trey Gunn / Touch guitars, keyboards (1)
- Dylan Nichole Bandy / vocals (1, 11)

Releases information

This release is a combination of live performances based on Peter Gabriel's piece "Here Comes the Flood" and music for a recent film score. The film "Every Beautiful Thing" sees Trey Gunn producing a rare cover tune - a haunting version of Bob Dylan's "Not Dark Yet".

CD 7d Media - 7D 1511 (2015, US)

Digital album

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