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  • Performer: yard
  • Title: Goodbye Detroit
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Formats: AAC AHX WMA AC3 AUD VOX VQF
  • Released: 2013
  • Style: Techno, Ambient, Electro
  • MP3 album: 1338 mb
  • FLAC album: 1691 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 194
yard  - Goodbye Detroit download album

Goodbye Detroit by Yard, released 05 February 2013 1. Drumtime 2. Rec 3. Detroitbirds 4. Dirt2 5. Sachar 6. Piano 7. Glowing Moon 8. Goodbye Detroit 9. Drumtime (Breath Control mix) 10. Dirt2 (Mick Chillage Solstice mix) By shear will of force, this album has endured. Begun in Seattle in 2007 with the closing track, Goodbye Detroit, and finishing touches applied in 2011 in Portland. This marks a end to the 3 album trilogy. The first, Deciduous Flood Plains deals with the natural world, trees and water and the forces they exert on the land.

Yard – Goodbye Detroit. Tracklist: 1. Drumtime (05:55) 2. Rec (10:26) 3. Detroitbirds (10:54) 4. Dirt2 (05:45) 5. Sachar (01:17) 6. Piano (06:16) 7. Glowing Moon (07:44) 8. Goodbye Detroit (12:20). Bilal El Aly & Marwen – Blast Off.

yard (2) ‎– Goodbye Detroit. A album that probably would have worked better as 2 separate styled EP's rather than one album! The first 3 tracks really shine. The 2nd half lose the spark and excitement of tracks 1-3. It's almost like listening to different EPs, by 2 different artist, both in different music mindsets. Tracks 1-2-3 are certainly the best with their techno-electro deepness that also mangle with a Detroit/UR style of raw edge to the music. After track 3, things start to going a different direction, leaning towards a more ambient-minimal approach with a colder & tonal sound.

Tracklist: 01. Drumtime 05:55 02. Rec 10:26 03. Detroitbirds 10:54 04. Dirt2 05:45 05. Sachar 01:17 06. Piano 06:16 07. Glowing Moon 07:44 08.

Chris Jones, AKA Yard, has a new album due out next month called Goodbye Detroit. The West Coast producer first started working on Goodbye Detroit more than five years ago. It represents the final part of an album trilogy that began with the 2007 CD Deciduous Flood Plains on Concrete Plastic and continued with Celestial Acid, which was released as a cassette on Further Records in 2011. According to the press release, Goodbye Detroit is "an intensely personal album for Yard" that "deals with the built environment and our place in it and leaving it for another realm.

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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Yard Rec (catalog number yardrec 005). This album was released in 2013-02-05 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Artwork. Tracklist : 1. You Request - We Upload.

Tracks count: 8. Views: 0. Yard - Drumtime 05:55. Yard - Detroitbirds 10:54. Yard - Glowing Moon 07:44. Yard - Goodbye Detroit 12:20.

Tracklist

1 Drumtime 5:55
2 Rec 10:26
3 Detroitbirds 10:54
4 Dirt2 5:45
5 Sachar 1:17
6 Piano 6:16
7 Glowing Moon 7:44
8 Goodbye Detroit 12:20

Credits

  • Artwork – Terrarium
  • Mastered By – Chris H. Jones

Notes

ableton live, elektron machinedrum, dsi evolver, roland tr-606, roland jx-3p, tascam 424, mackie 1202, casiotone, fx, tape loops, samples: chris h. jones

recorded: chicago, illinois & seattle, washington 2006-2009

edited & mastered: portland, oregon 2012

Limited edition: 300 digipak

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 711623407724



Reviews about yard - Goodbye Detroit (1):
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A album that probably would have worked better as 2 separate styled EP's rather than one album! The first 3 tracks really shine. The 2nd half lose the spark and excitement of tracks 1-3. It's almost like listening to different EPs, by 2 different artist, both in different music mindsets. Tracks 1-2-3 are certainly the best with their techno-electro deepness that also mangle with a Detroit/UR style of raw edge to the music. After track 3, things start to going a different direction, leaning towards a more ambient-minimal approach with a colder & tonal sound. A minimal clunky monotone part beat(ish) pattern does surface on 'Glowing Moon' and the part ambient-part electronica of Goodbye Detroit;; but neither excite or really develop into much. They kind of feel empty, maybe even like album fillers as there's nothing really attention holding in them!. The album starts of exciting but never equals or surpass after track 3 as it sadly starts to begin feel a more ambient(ish) mediocre listen from track 4. Just like the saying 'The best is left till last', Unfortunately in this case, 'The best was certainly in the beginning!'

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