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Daniel Appelrouth - My Memories album mp3
Daniel Appelrouth
My Memories
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Daniel Bortz is no friend of excess. Anyone familiar with his previous work is aware of the clear contours that permeate and define his tracks. Overkill, in any case, is not in his repertoire. What Daniel Bortz does instead is pack compatible sounds together from all the drawers in the ‘beat’ cabinet and arrange them into a system bearing his own inimitable signature. And that’s how this album works. These are memories Daniel has scribbled down in sketches and arrangements over time. For the album he returned to them, carefully picking those to resuscitate. He’s somehow managed to accomplish this audio self-revelation without stumbling into self-immolation and, most importantly, without losing sight of the laws of the dance floor. Those suspicious that LP productions are for the head(phones) and not for the feet will be astonished at how ‘Patchwork Memories’ brings both to life.

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EllerSoul is proud to release the new CD by Ivan Appelrouth, Blue and Instrumental! It is Ivan's first recording as band leader. Ivan has been playing and recording for almost thirty years. In the spontaneously played compositions, the classy, dynamic and emotional guitar play of Ivan Appelrouth, combines the style of Magic Sam, Albert Collins and Duke Robillard. When you hear an excellent performance, you are inclined to become insatiable. That& what happened to me as well, because after the listening to the last track, my question was arisen: why isn& the play time of this record longer?"

Screen Memories is the fourth studio album by American musician John Maus, released on October 27, 2017. The album was his first set of newly-recorded music since We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves (2011). Recorded in two years at his Austin, Minnesota home, most of the its subject matter concerns apocalyptic themes inspired by the newsfeed of world events he garnered while making the LP. Some of its song structures and melodies were created with the aid of an artificial neural network.

Daniel Appelrouth, MD is a rheumatologist in Atlanta, Georgia. He is affiliated with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta, and Northside Hospital. Appelrouth is on Doximity As a Doximity member you'll join over a million verified healthcare professionals in a private, secure network. Connect with other colleagues in the same hospital or clinic. specialist profiles and refer a patient.


1 The Way We Were 3:43
2 September Song 3:13
3 Try To Remember 3:06
4 On A Clear Day 3:23
5 Mack The Knife 2:39
6 Lost In The Stars 2:39
7 Dreamers 2:34
8 Gigi 5:54
9 Fallin 2:58
10 If Ever I Would Leave You 3:30
11 Soliloquy 6:35
12 If I Were A Rich Man 3:46
13 Oy Mame, Bin Ikh Farlibt 1:58
14 Tumbala Tumbalaaika 2:36
15 Shein Vi Di L'Vone 2:40
16 Belz 2:46
17 My Yiddishe Momme 4:23
18 My Way 3:25

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