Paradise Found with The Splice Orchestra

from Splice Originals

Grab your sunscreen and pack your bags for the many pleasures of Paradise Found. Bask in the thick arrangements of sliding strings, washed-out woodwinds, drunken drums, sauntering synths, meandering marimbas and heavy harps, played in the lounge/exotica style perfected by Martin Denny, Arthur Lyman and Les Baxter. All instrumentation is provided by the 15-piece Splice orchestra, with arrangements by Ian McLellan Davis, who has worked with Daniel Rossen and Feist. Birdsong and the sounds of jungle wildlife inhabit these laid-back loops and one-shots, too, a hallmark of the lounge records from that era. We recorded everything live in one session on a beautiful API console at Rubber Tracks. These elements coalesce like a coconut cocktail to make Paradise Found a vacation with adjustable volume. Perfect for any style of music with any real style.

Paradise Found with The Splice Orchestra

from Splice Originals

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