More to Say
'Wow, Pascal and Leanne, this is an excellent track!! Great lazy feel to the music, and lots of twists and turns that make you wonder what's around the corner. Especially that pause and restart around 3.20. Love the way you have made some fairly standard changes sound original - the bass line is the key to that I reckon, although there's some very un-standard changes in there too, which all work exceptionally well. And that voice is... incredible. Harmonies too. Wonderful work all round. I love it :-) ' Chris Moore about 'Earthbound' 'As I clicked play on this track and it started I knew I was in for a treat. You have the most unique sound and the vocals really are done very well in this piece of music. Nice wide mix on this track giving everything room. Very nice piece of music, another to add to your collection of track, thank you for posting the track here and sharing it.' Walt Martin (owner of Indiemusicworks.com) about 'Dying World' 'There are some wonderful prog rock influences shining through. I think it's Bob's lyrical delivery that gives rise to the Supertramp link. Some wonderful percussion and synth work, Pascal and it's good to hear Bob rocking out vocally. Superb collab. Congrats!' Brian Ralston about 'Invisible' The album was produced between September 2008 and July 2010 by Pascal Gregory at Twilight Home Studios, Germany Copyright for this album by all the involved artists: Minouche - lyrics and keyboards Andrea Stüwe - vocals Leanne Bugat - lyrics, vocals and guitars Carol Sue Kirkpatrick - lyrics and vocals WavePhonic - lyrics, vocals, guitars and effects Bob Forbes - lyrics, guitars and vocals Mike Lockett - lyrics, vocals, guitars J. O. Simon - guitars, drums and bass Pascal Gregory - arrangements, synths and programming, guitars, co-lyrics Mario Franke - artwork (in progress) Thanks to all involved friends for their wonderful contributions and for the fun we had during the work. Also thanks to all our friends and families and to our home community Indiemusicworks. Special thanks to Minouche, Peter Tamdog, Axel Messerschmidt and Rüdiger Wilke for encouragement and advice. This album is dedicated to Norman Frindt, let's build a 'Space Camp' one day ;-) When I started my work on new tracks after the 'Just Because' album in 2008, I wasn't sure about the character of the next album project, if it should be another work with major amount of electronica instrumentals plus some vocal contributions - or different. I developed spacey themes like 'Isaac's Apple' or 'Rings of Chronos', and continued my work with befriended singers on indie songs as well. Soon I decided to split the material and to put the tunes on two very different albums. With my partner Minouche as weaver of symphonic compositions and soundscapes the work on 'A musical Guide to cosmic Wonders' was so easy, and it really became a seamless concept album. I took my time to go on with the other album with befriended vocalists (and some of them played several instruments) to mix the usual electronica with acoustic sections, even more consequent than on all other Syngularity albums. The result is a 'wordy album' with life reflections and thoughtful lines about the way of the world, our way. Minouche, Leanne, Carol Sue, Mike, Ed (WavePhonic) and Bob wrote brilliant lyrics. Thanks to Mike Lockett for the kind permission to use 'More to say' as album title. It was a little challenge to put the songs together, as I'm never using the same templates, instruments and balance of sounds, just trying to keep the project adventurous and expressive, and I'm happy that it works with the help from those fantastic friends!