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Ezra Feinberg - Soft Power
Soft Power
Artist: Ezra Feinberg
Format: Vinyl

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Label: TONAL UNION
Rel. Date: 05/31/2024
UPC: 4251804143608

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DISC: 1

1. A
2. Future Sand A
3. Soft Power
4. A
5. Pose Beams A
6. Flutter Intensity
7. B
8. the Big Clock
9. B
10. There Was Somebody There B
11. Get Some Rest

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Ezra Feinberg's third album Soft Power sees the composer-guitarist enlist an impressive array of fellow musicians including Mary Lattimore, David Moore (Bing & Ruth), Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, and Robbie Lee.Defined by it's abundance of melodies, repeating figures and ecstatic improvisations, Soft Power exudes an enlightened and transformative spirit to empower the listener. Feinberg, a practicing psychoanalyst and former founding member of the San Francisco psychedelic collective Citay (Dead Oceans / Important Records) resides in the artistic enclave of upstate New York's Hudson River Valley. Initial recordings emerged in the late summer of 2020, before added synthesis with collaborator John Thayer (Arp, Sunwatchers) during early 2021. Soft Power follows previous albums Recumbent Speech (2020) and Pentimento And Others (2018).Feinberg artfully transcends the listener to an enriched place, his compositions distinguished by the deep humanity that lies at their core, plugging the listener into a state of wide eyed being, open and alive. Soft Power then is Feinberg's own mantra but also one of power giving-a colourful catharsis translated into music. Feinberg's music always speaks to the listener, but Soft Power, in whispering, speaks loudest.