The Windless Path

by The Blue Hour

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"The Windless Path" is a meditation on solitude and memory. It is about finding peace and tranquility in the realm of suspended consciousness-a moment of memory or imagination allowed to exist despite the confines of reality. It is about extant ghosts and spirits that haunt our every moment.

For the most part, the songs for "The Windless Path" were recorded live with guitar and vocals. After which, the Blue Hour sought the collaborative efforts of Isaac Aubrey (the Arid Sea), Gydja, Christoph Gladis (Black Atmosphere), and the inimitable Matt Howden (Sieben) to fill out the songs.

"The Windless Path" marks almost two years of recording and mixing. The album ranges from ambient to neo classical to folk to ethereal. Like "Evensong", "TheWindless Path" has an intimate quality with its subtle acoustic atmospheres and delicate sound collages. This album is a soundtrack for an autumn evening with a fine bottle of wine.

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released August 1, 2003

Featuring – Gydja, Matt Howden
Guitar – Christoph Gladys
Guitar, Bass – John Moroney
Guitar, Sounds, Effects, Samples – Isaac Aubrey
Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Samples, Percussion, Effects – Brian Hodges

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The Blue Hour Seattle, Washington

The Blue Hour blends dream pop, synth wave, and industrial with hints of psychedelia, folk, and electronica to create haunting songs, focusing on texture and rhythm and beautiful discord ... and most of all magic.

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