Where will you hide when the world around you is closing in? On theirlatest LP, GFO invites you to close your eyes and take a dive intoyour subconscious. Strings and horns float around from ear to earwhile their three sirens explore themes of isolation, fear of theunknown, and the fabrication of self-image. It's a soulful psychedelicjourney that picks up sonically where "A Song For Paul" left off. Thedrums are heavier, the arrangements are more intricate, and the vocalharmonies soar over a bed of odd time signature grooves. This is analbum that's meant to be listened to in the dark. So won't you jointhem? You're not scared... are you?
Where will you hide when the world around you is closing in? On theirlatest LP, GFO invites you to close your eyes and take a dive intoyour subconscious. Strings and horns float around from ear to earwhile their three sirens explore themes of isolation, fear of theunknown, and the fabrication of self-image. It's a soulful psychedelicjourney that picks up sonically where "A Song For Paul" left off. Thedrums are heavier, the arrangements are more intricate, and the vocalharmonies soar over a bed of odd time signature grooves. This is analbum that's meant to be listened to in the dark. So won't you jointhem? You're not scared... are you?
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An Ode To Escapism
Artist: Ghost Funk Orchestra
Format: Vinyl
New: IN PRINT AND ORDER-ABLE - NOT IN STORE, call or email 22.98
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DISC: 1

1. Introduction
2. Overture
3. Little Bird
4. Stoop Talk
5. Step Back (Wild Child)
6. Fuzzy Logic
7. Pause I
8. Quiet Soul
9. Mourning
10. Drop Me A Line
11. Pause II
12. Queen Bee
13. Korban Olah
14. Toujours
15. Pause III
16. King Of Misdirection
17. Cost Of Living

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Where will you hide when the world around you is closing in? On theirlatest LP, GFO invites you to close your eyes and take a dive intoyour subconscious. Strings and horns float around from ear to earwhile their three sirens explore themes of isolation, fear of theunknown, and the fabrication of self-image. It's a soulful psychedelicjourney that picks up sonically where "A Song For Paul" left off. Thedrums are heavier, the arrangements are more intricate, and the vocalharmonies soar over a bed of odd time signature grooves. This is analbum that's meant to be listened to in the dark. So won't you jointhem? You're not scared... are you?