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Album: Where (We) Live

Artist: Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Cantaloupe Music

Tracklist For Where (We) Live By Artist Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray

Title Artist Time
This Place the Place Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 3:06 USD 0.99
Five Rooms Back Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 5:08 USD 0.99
Strange Steps Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 7:44 USD 0.99
Moat Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 6:17 USD 0.99
Room and Board Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 7:18 USD 0.99
In Our Rooms Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 3:04 USD 0.99
All Along Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 4:16 USD 0.99
Strangers All Along Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 5:09 USD 0.99
Five Rooms Down Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 5:08 USD 0.99
Thank You Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray 5:26 USD 0.99

Reviews For Where (We) Live By Artist Sō Percussion & Grey McMurray

  • SO interesting

    By 8odaBoys
    Wow. This is an interesting album. I've seen these guys live and the precision and perfection of their playing is as I remember it but here, in service to a new direction, an unexpected one at that. Warm and personal and sometimes downright weird, it's a good stretch and a departure for this band. Not sure I agree with the genre; this isn't a purely classical album---and for me, at least, that's one of its many pleasures.
  • Eh

    By Boolez
    So Percussion lets their standards slip on this album. Their playing is, of course, without reproach. But their selection is suspect to say the least. Lets just pass on this and wait for the next one OK? -Bz
  • Great as always!

    By MW848
    A really fun, interesting listen. So Percussion always manage to beat my expectations by moving in different and unexpected directions.

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