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Kíla — The Hour Before the Dawn
Album: Luna Park
Avg rating:
7.3

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Total ratings: 263









Released: 2003
Length: 3:34
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(instrumental)
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Anyone else hear the tune to Westworld in this song?
Dave Matthews Band - Under the Table and Dreaming.jpg
super beautiful and haunting
 lmic wrote:
Bill, you should play "Nature Boy" (Ella's version) after this!
 
Heard that song in here, too, but I've only ever heard it by Johnny Mathis (I think) ...


Kila - 2 by ~oneeye01

Kila @ Capodanno Celtico Parco Sempione Milano

Good lord, they stole this album cover straight from Dave Matthews.

Speaking of the hour before dawn, isn't it time for some Madrugada?
This playlist is great and all but for the a.m. a little slow...please pick it up before I go to sleepy sleep. {#No}
In listening to a good piano piece, I can close my eyes, drift off some place between the dark and the dawn of consciousness, floating along, lost forever in the cascade of time. {#Yes}

I think that this piano motif is lifted from Keith Jarrett's 70s album the Koln Concert —- only an eighth note has been changed.

Anybody else hear it?
saddest track on this album, not representing the average :boohoo: :meditate:
this one annoys me. :exclaim:
A very moving piece.
Whew! Sweet relief after that last horrendous song from Sigur Ros.
Really lovely.
A bit sad but beautiful :meditate:
jdorn1 wrote:
Gee, you think William is in a somber mood today? Brilliant set of music too! 9:12 am - KiLA - The Hour Before the Dawn 9:09 am - Supergrass - St. Petersburg 9:06 am - Guster - Lightning Rod 8:59 am - Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald 8:54 am - The Tragically Hip - Nautical Disaster
hmm....I think I see a pattern here... 5:26 am - KiLA - The Hour Before the Dawn 5:21 am - Sigur Ros - Hljomalind 5:18 am - Guster - Lightning Rod 5:12 am - Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald or just a big coincidence :boohoo:
Very interesting set--almost classical contemporary.
DITTO (and no talking heads in sight! great!!}AlienRelic wrote:
Great set.
From a "6" to an "8". I like it!
Haunting - reminds me of camping trips waking on a misty morning and looking across the fields to a quiet river - bliss
Nah. Its just miserable...
jdorn1 wrote:
Gee, you think William is in a somber mood today? Brilliant set of music too! 9:12 am - KiLA - The Hour Before the Dawn 9:09 am - Supergrass - St. Petersburg 9:06 am - Guster - Lightning Rod 8:59 am - Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald 8:54 am - The Tragically Hip - Nautical Disaster
Great set.
I'm reminded of a girl I knew in college who used to let me listen to her practice the piano in a common area at 2:00am. Beautiful.
Just found the 128AAC connection and I think I can hear the felt of the hammers hitting the strings of the piano.
Beauty to listen too, yet the music indicates there is more to come. Love it.
Bill, you should play "Nature Boy" (Ella's version) after this!
I bought this on iTunes after the first few bars
This is gorgeous.
madaxeman wrote:
Music to hallucinate to.Gorgeous.
Feels more like music to take laudanum to and then to write epic poetry to. Yes, I know. Ended with a preposition. However, the formation "music to <infinitive verb> <noun phrase> to" is too atomic in my mind.
This is amazing. Is the rest of the album like this?
Gee, you think William is in a somber mood today? Brilliant set of music too! 9:12 am - KiLA - The Hour Before the Dawn 9:09 am - Supergrass - St. Petersburg 9:06 am - Guster - Lightning Rod 8:59 am - Gordon Lightfoot - The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald 8:54 am - The Tragically Hip - Nautical Disaster
Music to hallucinate to.Gorgeous.
Very soothing for this cool, foggy day. It helped me find the zen state that I need to be in to do my seating charts :meditate:
Haunting; it brought me in from the other room to find out what Tori was up to this time.
zaphodb wrote:
The greatest thing, you'll ever learn....
...is just to love and be loved in return. thank you...i knew that I was hearing Nature Boy.
ColdBear wrote:
I like the atmosphere, brings me out of myself
funny, it puts me into myself...
JokesandJokesandJokes wrote:
come on you can't eat a song!!
How about Hi-C? Full of note-y goodness!
Just beautiful...
The greatest thing, you'll ever learn....
JohnMac wrote:
seems more like good music for sleeping
maybe that's why it's called "the hour before dawn" :-)
seems more like good music for sleeping
Tux wrote:
Yummie. Good music for while you're working
come on you can't eat a song!!
I like the atmosphere, brings me out of myself
Yes, good music! But for working? I stoped me from work because I had to browse the web to learn more about the artists.
Yummie. Good music for while you're working