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Michelle Qureshi - Seventh Wave mp3 download

Performer: Michelle Qureshi
Title: Seventh Wave
Location: Music as Metaphor Studios
Duration: 01:07:05
Size MP3 version: 1519 mb
Size FLAC version: 1571 mb
Size WMA version: 1483 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 264
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Genre: Modern

Michelle Qureshi - Seventh Wave mp3 download


Listen to "There Lightly" from the album Seventh Wave by Michelle Qureshi on the Heart Dance Records label.

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Michelle Qureshi ‎– Seventh Wave. Label: Heart Dance Records ‎– HDR 201718. Cover – Jennifer Tobias.

Each Good Rain, 03:48. We Were Once Like This, 07:33.

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nominee, Best Contemporary Instrumental Album 2017, Zone Music Reporter. Essentially having created a musical sub-style of her own, Michelle Qureshi’s latest sound collage is mostly free of clearly defined boundaries, rendering these lovely compositions open to many welcome interpretations!" ~Candice Michelle. I can't help but applaud her. I hope you will to.

Seventh Wave - Shift, Page of Cups, Velvet Rains and 13 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Michelle Qureshi. Count: 13. Views: 2. Seventh Wave tracks.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Shift Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 5:02
2 Page of Cups Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 3:52
3 Velvet Rains Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 7:44
4 Each Good Rain Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 3:48
5 Reason Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 5:06
6 We Were Once Like This Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 7:33
7 Radiant Ones Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 5:28
8 Of the Night Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 5:49
9 Never Odd or Even Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 4:27
10 Stars Seen Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 5:36
11 Angels Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 3:31
12 There Lightly Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 5:08
13 Dreaming in Color Michelle Qureshi Michelle Qureshi 4:01

Credits

Michelle Qureshi - Banjo, Cello, Composer, Didjeridu, Engineer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Native American Flute, Percussion, Primary Artist, Synthesizer, Tongue Drum, Vocals
Jennifer Tobias - Cover Art
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Seventh Wave is the latest album from guitarist and composer Michelle Qureshi and follow-up to her excellent 2016 release, Scattering Stars. Known for creating uniquely characteristic soundscapes that incorporate an eclectic blend of contemporary and global instrumentation, Michelle further perfects her sound and style on what is arguably her most accomplished work to date. Comprised of thirteen compositions which span a little over sixty-seven minutes, Seventh Wave relies on the sounds of stringed instruments (both plucked and bowed), flutes, digeridoos, idiophones, membranophones, occasional vocals and synthesized textures. Difficult to pigeon-hole, the album’s overall style could be equally classified as ambient, minimalist or avant-garde.“Shift” is a mesmerizingly languid opener comprised of warm synthesizer washes and drifty piano notes, which soon introduce a caravan of suspended strings and beautiful electric guitar in a subtly cinematic fashion. Many of the album’s compositions follow in this gently understated mode, while other pieces, such as “Each Good Rain” and “Angels”, are distinguished by more pronounced acoustic guitar melodies. Michelle also employs experimental rhythmic elements on some of the compositions, such as “Reason”, which is characterized by percussive pulses that underscore minimal glitches and a kaleidoscope of sound textures. Acoustic and electric guitars alternately emerge to the forefront of many pieces, although essentially all instruments – and thereby the melodies that they collectively express – mostly retain a somewhat inconspicuous and perfectly understated quality. In what could perhaps be described as an intermediate detour off the beaten path, Michelle lends Indian flavors to “Radiant Ones”, a subtly rhythmic piece that weaves sitar, tabla drums and mantra-style vocals among electronic programming and synthesized effects. Another notable highlight, as well as my personal favorite, is the nocturnally mysterious, “Of the Night”. Deeply introspective, the composition beautifully weaves minimal ambient with classical textures into a nocturnal soundscape, which seemingly evokes that of observing city night life in black-and-white slow motion. Additionally noteworthy is the closer, “Dreaming in Color”, a softly undulating and atmospheric piece with psychedelic touches, which features didgeridoo, processed vocal sounds, guitar loops and slide effects.Always intriguing and thoroughly rewarding, the experience of listening to Seventh Wave could be likened to being immersed in the many fluid colors and freeform textures of a beautifully abstract work of art. Essentially having created a musical sub-style of her own, Michelle Qureshi’s latest sound collage is mostly free of clearly defined boundaries, rendering these lovely compositions open to many welcome interpretations!