Erik Mongrain - Equilibrium album
Equilibrium - "An ode to the balance and imbalance of life, human nature and our planet. The Yin-Yang that is to live".
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Album · 2008 · 9 Songs. Equilibrium Erik Mongrain.
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Equilibrium is the second album of the Canadian guitarist Erik Mongrain. Equilibrium is an acoustic guitar album by Erik Mongrain recorded at Paul Reed Smith's Dragon Crossing Studios during August 2008. The CD cover is a painting by Yan Mongrain, the guitarist's brother. A Ripple Effect" - 2:22. Alone In The Mist" - 5:24. Equilibrium" - 5:06 Listen. The Silent Fool" - 4:20.
Equilibrium is an acoustic guitar album by Erik Mongrain recorded at Paul Reed Smith's Dragon Crossing Studios during August 2008. 2. "Alone In The Mist". This how I feel when something or someone triggers the ultimate inner loneliness. An ode to the balance and imbalance of life, human nature and our planet. The Yin-Yang that is to live.
Acoustic Guitar, Producer – Erik Mongrain. Artwork – Yan Mongrain. Fretless Bass – Michael Manring. Photography By – Kenneth Stearns. Additional Producer: Alter Ego Musique Studio: The Dragon Crossing. Equilibrium (CD, Album, Promo).
This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Equilibrium. BPM Profile Equilibrium. Album starts at 126BPM, ends at 110BPM (-16), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Erik Mongrain.
Mongrain owes much to his hero, Michael Hedges, and to such other predecessors as Leo Kottke. He mixes in harmonics and percussive tapping to create varied effects, leading to enjoyable performances. There isn't anything really new here, but guitar fans still mourning Hedges' death may take comfort with this worthy successor.
Montreal guitarist Erik Mongrain gained early recognition for a two-handed tapping technique that owed something to Stanley Jordan, although Mongrain performed it with the guitar in his lap. On his albums, of which this is the second, that method, which he apparently has abandoned largely, wouldn't be visible anyway, but he does demonstrate a tremendous facility as a player, albeit in a familiar style. Mongrain owes much to his hero, Michael Hedges, and to such other predecessors as Leo Kottke
|A Ripple Effect||2:23|
|Alone In The Mist||5:25|
|The Silent Fool||4:21|
|MVDA4821||Erik Mongrain||Equilibrium (CD, Album)||Prophase Music||MVDA4821||Canada||2008|
|MVDA4821||Erik Mongrain||Equilibrium (CD, Album, Promo)||Prophase Music||MVDA4821||Canada||2008|
|MUCX-81001||Erik Mongrain||Equilibrium (CD, Album + DVD, NTSC)||Dreamusic||MUCX-81001||Japan||2009|