The Archivist's Vision

by Reeder

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Kamani Reeder’s The Archivist’s Vision is a wonderful album. I loved The Way Things Were (and how it’s melody was repeated near the end of The End of all Things), and how Preamble sets things up a bit and Aftermath closes the album. In other words, I really liked the whole thing.
Thank you for putting out this wonderful album. Favorite track: The Way Things Were.
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Magnus Bird Fantastic, a little haunting and melancholy in the best way. The addition of the strings give a lovely depth to Reeder's already beautiful piano work. (and I may be biased about my favorite track since I can clearly hear myself in it but it came together super well!) Favorite track: The Way Things Were.
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A reverie in four movements.
For my friends - who all deserve far better than they get. I love you all.

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released March 8, 2020

Piano, Vox, Composition, Engineering by Reeder.

Violin, Viola by Joey Rose Rysen - twitter.com/joeytheprince
Cello by Caitlin Lukin - twitter.com/celloandbehold

Artwork by Millie Spouse - www.rustnuttie.com

Additionally "The Way Things Were" contains contributions from:

Jack - twitter.com/stuffjackmakes
Frail - twitter.com/fragilevitrails
Katy - twitter.com/katyfaise
Arne - soundcloud.com/aaarneee
Mags Newson - ruffboimags.bandcamp.com
Aly - twitter.com/alyotic
Sakuraburst - soundcloud.com/sakuraburst
Isabel - twitter.com/pikagalia

Thank you.

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Reeder Southampton, UK

They/Them. Soundtracks for stories which haven't been written yet.

Artwork by Millie Spouse - www.rustnuttie.com

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Track Name: The Way Things Were
When I was a child the skies were red
But the reasons why were never said
We just left our givings of silver and fur
That was the way things were

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