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A Thousand Young, Sleeping Underwater

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"A Thousand Young, Sleeping Underwater" is a monumental 65-minute opus from the visionary minds of The Jeremy Bornstein Trio. This composition is a daring sonic exploration, a journey into uncharted territories of sound and emotion.

At the heart of this sonic odyssey is the baritone guitar, its deep, resonant tones serving as the foundation for the ethereal tapestry that unfolds. Detuned gongs, their metallic reverberations like ancient whispers, add an otherworldly dimension, creating a sense of timelessness.

Processed electronics interlace with the organic instrumentation, blurring the lines between the digital and the analog. These electronic elements bring an avant-garde edge, enveloping the listener in a cocoon of electrifying textures and harmonics.

Percussion, handled with masterful precision, provides a rhythmic heartbeat that pulses through the composition. The interplay between traditional and unconventional percussive elements creates a dynamic and immersive auditory experience, pushing the boundaries of conventional music.

"A Thousand Young, Sleeping Underwater" invites the listener on a profound journey through a sonic dreamscape, where the boundaries between reality and reverie blur. It is a testament to The Jeremy Bornstein Trio's audacious spirit and their ability to create compositions that transcend the confines of traditional music, leaving an indelible mark on the soul of those who dare to immerse themselves in its beguiling embrace.

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