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Slowmotionary

Ethan Gruska

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1
The Valley
Ethan Gruska
2:44
2
Me Who Wasn't Trying
Ethan Gruska
2:32
3
Reoccurring Dream
Ethan Gruska
3:10
4
Short Film
Ethan Gruska
2:28
5
Rather Be
Ethan Gruska
3:10
6
Crowded City Street
Ethan Gruska
1:32
7
Grand Lies
Ethan Gruska
1:53
8
Neighbors
Ethan Gruska
1:53
9
What Are You Thinking Of?
Ethan Gruska
3:44
10
Time Is the Healer
Ethan Gruska
2:39
11
The Egotist
Ethan Gruska
2:39
12
Illuminate
Ethan Gruska
2:20
Total Playing Time    30:44
Slowmotionary is the debut album from acclaimed musician and songwriter Ethan Gruska.

Produced by Tony Berg (Andrew Bird, Phoebe Bridgers, Aimee Mann, etc.), Slowmotionary includes 12 original songs and was mixed by Bob Clearmountain and mastered by Bob Ludwig. In addition to Ethan on various instruments (piano, guitar and drums to name a few), the album features Blake Mills (Andrew Bird, Alabama Shakes) on guitar, Rob Moose (Sufjan Stevens, Bon Iver, etc.) on strings and violin, Gabe Noel (Joseph, Pete Yorn) on cello and bass and Ethan’s sister, Barbara Gruska (The Belle Brigade, Jenny Lewis), on percussion.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sire Studio Masters

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