℗ 2012 SPARKLE AND BURN
 

Electric Harmony

Various Artists

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
The Great House
Nick Holywell-Walker
2:20
2
Above All
Ruth Chan
3:06
3
Never Give Up
Christopher Green
1:57
4
Silver Waves
Thomas Marsh
1:48
5
Accused
The Futz Butler
2:52
6
In Colour
Ruth Chan
3:04
7
Au Cinema
Nick Holywell-Walker
2:36
8
I Watched Her Go
Jonathan Pilcher
2:12
9
Ultra Deep Field
Lee Gretton
2:44
10
Gently Does
Steven Price
2:37
11
Moonbathing
Nick Holywell-Walker
2:03
12
Seasons
Simon Tew; Richard Meller
2:39
13
B for Blue
Eleni Hassabis
2:34
14
Delicatessence
Nick Holywell-Walker
2:25
15
Finding a Sky
Steven Price
3:32
16
Closer
Steven Price
2:50
17
Nocturne Orbit
Nick Holywell-Walker
2:29
18
Quiet Statement
Tom Player
2:17
19
Moonbathing (Instrumental Version)
Nick Holywell-Walker
2:03
Total Playing Time    48:08
This 19 track production library features an exquisite and intriguing juxtaposition of electronics and music, ranging from beautiful, bright, emotive and inspiring pieces and delicate and ethereal cuts to nostalgic and melancholic numbers.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – SPARKLE AND BURN Studio Masters

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