MP3 Brooks deForest - Live In Your Living Room
12 huge techo-orchestral Brooks deForest anthems recorded live and in sessions during winter 2005/6.
12 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Pop Crossover, JAZZ: Jazz Fusion
A live album from Brooks deForest featuring his violins and synths mixture, only this time live in England during 2005/06.
If you haven''t heard Brooks techno orchestral before, then this is a great album to get you in deep! 12 previously unreleased 3 to 7 minute bursts of melodic, and in your face anthemic tracks. The european artist is firmly based in pop, with melodies and hooks that will turn on most dance music listeners. While those who like their electronica pure and mininal, certainly wont find that here!
Recorded in sessions and live from the fall of 2005 to early January 2006, a real tour de forest of Brook''s music. Tracks like Grass Valley, and The Lizard are in Brooks deForest''s regular anthemic electronica style. Providence and Starcross are layed back and chilled out like something from Groove Armada. But then you listen to something like Walnut with it''s retro surf guitars and you''re heading for beach!
01: The Lizard .....(4.00, electronica anthem)
02: Trinity Range .....(7.22, electronica progressive)
03: And Now What? .....(3.59, pop jazz)
04: Fairlight .....(2.58, rock, solo overdriven guitar)
05: Walnut .....(4.25, guitar session, folk)
06: Charles River .....(4.49, jazz combo, waltz)
07: Grass Valley .....(4.52, electronica anthem)
08: Starcross .....(4.42, electronica downtempo)
09: Contemplation .....(5.37, sax solo)
10: Providence .....(7.03, electronica downtempo)
11: And Then What? .....(4.21, solo epiano, 5 beat jazz)
12: Electrical Engineering .....(6.39, parody country song)
Brooks grew up near London in the United Kingdom, and began writing electronic music as a teenager on home video games. Playing throughout the late 1990''s, he didn''t have his first release until the recording of A Call From Dr Evil in 2004. His debut album Ephemeral was released in July 2005. Live In Your Living Room is the second CD playing for a little over an hour, and was released February 2006.