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about

Peter & I decided to collaborate on making two version of the same idea so we ended up with two parallel albums where each track has a common starting point but ends up where each of us takes it based on our very different styles.

Peter Lansford has the first part as his music is the more uptempo and beaty and mine the second half as I am generally a lot more mellow and floaty.

Ful info on my website.

"This ain't no collab like I've ever known. It's like a conversation between two very distinct voices, comparing and contrasting on a track by track basis really brings out equally, the nature and quality of the dialogue of each individual voice. So instead of a more obvious collab which would normally meld two creative styles into one, this one creates another whole dimension out of the conversation between the participants.There's hours of enjoyable entertainment here just exploring this great offering." Ostermilk

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released August 4, 2017

Ideas by Benedict Roff-Marsh & Peter Lansford worked out into tracks by each of us.

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Benedict Roff-Marsh Brisbane, Australia

I bought my first keyboard in 1988 and set about learning how it worked as I had always loved music. I was working as a sound engineer in a studio and figured that knowing how to program the synths would be a good skill. I ended up making my own music as well as the sounds.

After around 25 years and around three times that many albums this is the music that I make. It is my style.
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