On The Nature Of Things

by Blair Coron

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    A delicate exploration of the intricacy and fragility of life, nature and the surrounding world. It is love...mortality...the sublime...a personal mantra...every thing.

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released January 31, 2019

Blair Coron: Piano / Keyboard / Synth / Nintendo DS / Acoustic Guitar

Lesley Barr: Violin
Roo Geddes: Violin
Robyn Harris: Violin
Rhona Macfarlane: Violin
Kirsty McIntyre: Viola
Catriona Mulholland: Cello

Nicole Stapinski: Flute

Scott Morrison: Harp

Scott Glanville: Mandolin
Callum Elks: Guitar

All: Vocals

Recorded and Mixed by Paul McInally at 45 A-Side Studios
Mastered by Ed Woods

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Blair Coron Glasgow, UK

Dynamically fluctuating walls of sound and nice little folk songs.

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Track Name: Ode To The Cimmerian
And now is the darkness reaching higher than love.
And now is the philosopher crying 'Tragedy!' who weeps the remains of carnal longing to your agony and appetite.
I respond in kind like any man, searching for the victories the messianic choirs prophesise.

O Cimmerian, exhaustive beast, through what mountain spring or forest stream do you claim justly? Or further, that deep place where geography is not found? Crawling, writhing, corroding the form through antediluvian heresies you command the melancholy night.

My country, alas, I will never see it again.

Óbhan iri ó.
Track Name: Olives & Marzipan
Lay me here below the pull of orchard branches for I know I will sleep. It will be a place for you to grow and others to weep.
Track Name: Hymn
Tout va bien
Tout est beau
Je te donne mon coeur.

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