℗ 2016 Kabak & Lin Records
Released December 23, 2016
Duration 28m 09s
Record Label Lin Records
Catalogue No. LR-J014
Genre Jazz
 

Chapter One

Songs From A Breeze

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1.1
Grass Field
Songs From A Breeze
1:33
1.2
Cheer
Songs From A Breeze
3:20
1.3
Origin 134
Songs From A Breeze
6:38
1.4
Loop
Songs From A Breeze
1:26
1.5
Something Tells Me
Songs From A Breeze
4:54
1.6
Don't I
Songs From A Breeze
4:22
1.7
Studio
Songs From A Breeze
2:02
1.8
Tense
Songs From A Breeze
3:54
Chapter One is the appropropriately-titled debut from Turkish duo Songs From A Breeze, a unique collaboration between jazz vocalist Deniz Taşar and bassist Şentürk Öztaş. The album carries traces of their mutual musical background, showcasing original pieces inspired by the stories of their co-written songs.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Kabak & Lin Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.66
-1.90 to -0.47
-15.45
-19.01 to -12.29
9
7 to 11
1
Grass Field
-0.49-17.9510
2
Cheer
-0.47-15.4510
3
Origin 134
-0.49-16.2711
4
Loop
-1.90-19.018
5
Something Tells Me
-0.49-13.258
6
Don't I
-0.48-12.297
7
Studio
-0.50-14.358
8
Tense
-0.50-15.0310

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