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Greg Davis - Arbor Album

Tracklist

1Thirteen Eight B (V.3)4:31
2Coventry7:59
3Cumulus6:47
4Sea Green And Cyan (V.2)4:25
5Walking Home3:56
6Nicholas5:51
7Submersion Tank Part One (V.2)3:04
8Eleven Eight3:52
9Arbor8:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PCD-20368Greg Davis Arbor ‎(CD)P-Vine RecordsPCD-20368Japan2002
CRPK 012 LPGreg Davis Arbor ‎(LP, Promo, W/Lbl)Carpark RecordsCRPK 012 LPUS2002
CRPK 012 LPGreg Davis Arbor ‎(LP)Carpark RecordsCRPK 012 LPUS2002

Notes

The actual catalog code, displayed on the disc, the back cover and on both spines, is crpk12cd

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7751-70012-2

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Greg Davis - Arbor Album

Performer: Greg Davis

Title: Arbor

Country: US

Release date: 2002

Label: Carpark Records

Style: Abstract, Experimental

Catalog: CRPK 012 CD

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1671 mb

Size FLAC: 1028 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 481

Record source: CD, Album, Stereo

Related to Greg Davis - Arbor

Vosho
Minimalistic and quite experimental, with the use of the computer as an acoustic instrument. I've had a love at the first sight for the track called "Nicholas".
It sounds like the day when I was twelve back in 1999 and discovered a PC and the early years of the web for the very first time.
The first minute of the track, which sounds peacefull and acoustic (like the 90s) is suddenly powered at 1:30 by a numerical/computerish/forward-thinking awakening (like the 2000s). It sounds like a PC trying to speak with its noises which were still new to most of us at that time. Back in the days, I loved technology and had faith in it. I thought it could perfectly team with nature and our timeless roots to create fantastic arts.
I'm not sure I was right, but one thing is for sure though : early 2000s gave to a lot of artists some audacious wings thanks to the entry into the new millenium and new technologies. Combined to our solid roots, it gave birth to a big amount of interesting creations.
This album is one of them.
Vosho
Minimalistic and quite experimental, with the use of the computer as an acoustic instrument. I've had a love at the first sight for the track called "Nicholas".
It sounds like the day when I was twelve back in 1999 and discovered a PC and the early years of the web for the very first time.
The first minute of the track, which sounds peacefull and acoustic (like the 90s) is suddenly powered at 1:30 by a numerical/computerish/forward-thinking awakening (like the 2000s). It sounds like a PC trying to speak with its noises which were still new to most of us at that time. Back in the days, I loved technology and had faith in it. I thought it could perfectly team with nature and our timeless roots to create fantastic arts.
I'm not sure I was right, but one thing is for sure though : early 2000s gave to a lot of artists some audacious wings thanks to the entry into the new millenium and new technologies. Combined to our solid roots, it gave birth to a big amount of interesting creations.
This album is one of them.