A Stream of Improvised Experimental Jam Music

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Improvised jam music experts 'a Crack in Time and the Break of Dawn' prepare for monthly releases of jam music CDs.

a Crack in Time and the Break of Dawn, a musical project based around improvised experimental jam music, is now releasing the first CD in a series of scheduled monthly releases of jam music CDs. For several years, they have been building a huge library of high quality recordings of improvised experimental jam music with a variety of musical expressions including acoustic, rock, alternative, avant-garde, electronic and world. This collection now will be made available both digitally and physically through online distributors like CD-baby and iTunes. They also will offer a subscription service through their web site (http://www.crackintime.com), allowing subscribers to automatically receive a physical copy of each jam-CD release.

The first release in the series has been named "Remedy" and has the following description: "A warm, pleasant and surprising jam. A dreamy, floating guitar together with a pleasant drum and bass groove sets you in a traveling state. The surreal, cordial vocals accompany you on the journey. The travel takes some unexpected turns along the way and ends up rather surprisingly." It consists of three tracks with a total duration of 52 minutes.

Anyone looking for music outside of the mainstream that is expressive, unpredictable, groundbreaking and mature now has a great resource to turn to. The first release is due in February 2010.

For more information, please visit: http://www.crackintime.com


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