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Emancipator — Lionheart
Album: Soon it Will be Cold Enough
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7.3

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Total ratings: 1318









Released: 2006
Length: 4:43
Plays (last 30 days): 2
(instrumental)
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This is holding its own very well with time. Very chill.
Douglas was 18 or 19 when he recorded this track
Why is it that Portland has all  this creativity?  Lovely...
Yep its definitely one to listen to time and time again. 
 OceanBlue wrote:
Sounds like puffin' hookah and sipping whiskey in a Japanese bamboo forest... I dig it
 
That is three counts of cultural appropriation! *bobs head*
 owchita wrote:
I detect a touch of Tubular Bells.
 

I don’t see it, but much of chill has been influenced by Tubular Bells.
Well, this got my attention...
Wow, this really got my attention, just working on a project and i just relaxed right away :)
Love it!! 
The entire album is fantastic!
 owchita wrote:
I detect a touch of Tubular Bells.

 
Perhaps one of those nebulous tunes from Songs Of Ancient Earth, or maybe Voyager, but definitely not Tubular Bells, neither the first, nor II, nor III ... unless you're considering Millennium Bell as a legitimate expression of TB.
I really like Emancipator but most of his stuff all sounds the same after a while. This and "First Snow" are almost identical.
 
Initial thought was to gong this song but as more bars were played I was all in... Nice chill and conversion tune.. 
love.
Aquarela do Brasil remix...
Like it! Just fits my mood today, thanks!
Cool, I'm liking it.{#Meditate}
I do like to emancipate, especially when the wife is out of town!! {#Cheesygrin}
Loving this guy the more I hear his work. Chill music, but interesting chill music. Not as predictable as most of the genre.
 OceanBlue wrote:
Sounds like puffin' hookah and sipping whiskey in a Japanese bamboo forest... I dig it
 
{#Roflol} Sign me up.
I detect a touch of Tubular Bells.
This is one of those "wait ... who is that? ... check playlist for info!" songs. Most appealing, musically epitomizing the eclecticism-that-works philosophy of RP. IMO.{#Clap}
Intéressant..

 lily34 wrote:
i like the band name. and i love the album cover, too. song is growing on me.

 
Same for me too.
i like the band name. and i love the album cover, too. song is growing on me.
 Proclivities wrote:

Those three things sound a little incongruous - not that it couldn't be done of course.

 
My point - sounds from places and times that don't seamlessly meld together at first,when paired within a song like this, do seem to make a degree of sense.

Imagery might have been a bit weird though {#Lol}
 OceanBlue wrote:
Sounds like puffin' hookah and sipping whiskey in a Japanese bamboo forest... I dig it

 
Those three things sound a little incongruous - not that it couldn't be done of course.
 OceanBlue wrote:
Sounds like puffin' hookah and sipping whiskey in a Japanese bamboo forest... I dig it

 
Try as I might, this is not the image that comes to mind.
I've been hearing a lot of this album on a Pandora channel I listen to - there is a lot of good stuff on the album.
Sounds like puffin' hookah and sipping whiskey in a Japanese bamboo forest... I dig it
{#Smile}So soothing....