Liz Meredith

by Liz Meredith

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    Album packaged in original artwork. Record pressed to dark turquoise blue marble colored vinyl. Includes free digital download of entire album (CD quality). Limited edition (300 copies). *Free shipping on all U.S.A. orders.

    Includes immediate download of 2-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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  • Immediate download of 2-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.

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Welcome:
Debut solo Liz Meredith LP! You can stream the entire album on SoundCloud and Last.FM, and can purchase limited edition vinyl records and digital downloads from Bandcamp, iTunes, and directly from Liz too. Enjoy...
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released 11 October 2012
ALBUM:
Liz Meredith
Track 1. A
Track 2. B

ALBUM CREDITS:
Liz Meredith [Viola, Objects, Electronics]
John Somers [Mixing, Sound Design]
Carl Saff [Vinyl & Digital Mastering]

Album artwork by Liz Meredith / All music composed, performed, and produced by Liz Meredith / Material recorded intermittently between the years 2003-2009 in Boston, MA ~ San Francisco, CA ~ Baltimore, MD

© 2012 Liz Meredith www.lizmeredith.com

Catalog #: LM0001
ISRC Codes: QM-S4R-12-00001 QM-S4R-12-00002

PRESS:
“Liz Meredith LP [features] two luxuriant, sidelong immersions into subtly shifting moods. [It's] a gorgeous plunge into a plaintive mood, a place where rising and falling electronic textures and drawn-out viola lines cast soothing shadow plays on the brain. The glistening Side B clings to the ears the longest, the sound of a slow, cinematic fade-out that takes nearly 20 minutes to move from a tight close-up to a widescreen vista, every increment recalibrating the emotional kick of the image being branded on the mind’s eye”.

Excerpt from:
Baltimore City Paper – Booed Music – “What’s up with avant-garde and experimental” by Bret McCabe
www.citypaper.com/music/booed-music-1.1402673

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