23 Degrees were a dub ambient project active in the mid 90’s. Released on the now defunct San Francisco-based label, Silent Records, their first album "An Endless Searching For Substance" debuted in 1994. Their second release, "Born of Earth's Torments" (1995), expands on powerful trance melodies composed by Timothy Hendricks, surging drumbeats of Roy Robinson, and soulful ethnic vocals of Bertha Matus. A contemporary style of combining slow repetitive rhythms with hypnotic, deep bass is what makes 23 Degrees move beyond its counterparts. The band's diverse influences include Brian Eno, John Cage, Omar Moore, Sly Dunbar, Frank Zappa and Robbie Shakespear. Wired Magazine acknowledges that 23 Degrees "offers superbly crafted ambient landscapes." Collectively the members of 23 Degrees create depth of originality and experience into "Born of Earth's Torments."
9 Degrees West of the Moon is the 6th studio album by the Italian progressive power metal band Vision Divine. It was released in 2009. The album marks the return of the singer Fabio Lione (Rhapsody Of Fire) after the departure of Michele Luppi. Fabio Lione is returning to the band's lineup after three studio albums where vocals were handled by Michele Luppi and this album marks a defining moment in the history of the band.
A chord progression is a series of chords that are constructed from scale degrees (usually Major and Minor scales), and then played in succession, usually repeated over and over again throughout a song. Chord progressions have tonal centers and can be thought of as ’modal’ in nature.
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