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Witness To Connection (2009)

Witness to Connection

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Witness To Connection is the second studio album made by The Morakestra and was released under the Indie label Stratking Records. The album was promoted in mainstream media and has given The Morakestra attention from critics and mainstream media. The album was recorded at different locations in Texas and draws influence from different genres and styles of music. The album contains genres that range from alt-country traces to psychedelic guitar composition. Witness To Connection marked the change to a stable lineup for The Morakestra and was joined in post production by the other members to complement and polish the live aspect and future compositions.

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# Name Artist Live Acoustic Hidden Duration
1-1 Angels The Morakestra       02:42
1-2 Tell You Something The Morakestra       03:09
1-3 Tonight The Morakestra       02:42
1-4 Spacebar The Morakestra       02:47
1-5 Goodbye The Morakestra       03:04
1-6 Butterfly The Morakestra       02:46
1-7 English Channel The Morakestra       03:56
1-8 Hollywood The Morakestra       02:19
1-9 Sunshine The Morakestra       03:18
1-10 Perfect Memory The Morakestra       02:30

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