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1. A Slight Delay

A Slight Delay

I owed Glenda a song, so I guess this is for her.

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2. Major Slight Delay

Major Slight Delay

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3. Ep. 3 - A Slight Delay

Ep. 3 - A Slight Delay

In Episode 3 of the Steal These Records! Podcast... Technical Difficulties! Nicnos II! Vaguely and Not-So-Vaguely riffs! Naming the Album and "Band"! Let us know what name you think we should release this under! [email protected]

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4. We May Be Expecting a Slight Delay

  • Published: 2016-12-23T18:03:35Z
  • By Hamman
We May Be Expecting a Slight Delay

My first album, Liquid Thunder! Buy it now: https://hamman.bandcamp.com/releases

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5. Its But A Slight Delay

Its But A Slight Delay

About political corruption and not getting what you want right away and how it's a blessing in disguise.

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6. It's But A Slight Delay

It's But A Slight Delay

From the album 'Auracle'

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8. Kanaska - Auracle - 01 It's But A Slight Delay

Kanaska - Auracle - 01 It's But A Slight Delay

Recorded by Petrus D Leper "To Believe" - beat by JoneZ "Greatest Ones" produced by JoneZ "It's But A Slight Delay" Produced by Frank Hipchen

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9. A light touch and a slight nudge

A light touch and a slight nudge

Is Donald Trump actually a CIA asset with implants in his small hands or are our brains just wired for paranoia - or both! Rob Brotherton, author of Suspicious Minds, explains how our cognitive biases push us to see Conspiracies everywhere. Plus a look back to when the CIA weaponized Abstract Expressionism (one of the greatest real conspiracies of all time).

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10. Fuzion & Vexare - A Slight Dilemma [FREE DOWNLOAD]

  • Published: 2012-01-22T07:58:17Z
  • By Vexare
Fuzion & Vexare - A Slight Dilemma [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Here's a new Freebie From myself & Fuzion! Alternative Download Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?93vzputt8n4x2r1

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11. I Think There Is A Slight Chance I Am On Fire

  • Published: 2015-06-05T15:15:22Z
  • By ETHEREAL
I Think There Is A Slight Chance I Am On Fire

I think there is a slight chance I am on fire.

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12. Nara (Alt-J cover)

Nara (Alt-J cover)

Original song by Alt-J. All tracks performed, recorded, and mixed by A Slight Breeze.

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13. Weekly Deal -- A Slight Change Of Plan By Dee Ernst

Weekly Deal -- A Slight Change Of Plan By Dee Ernst

Kate Everett has plans – she quit her high-pressure job for something more low-key, she’s downsizing to a condo, and she’s finally looking for love after being a widow for many years – probably with that old college flame of hers that just resurfaced. But life has other plans for her – find out what they are in A Slight Change of Plans by Dee Ernst. Get your copy for $1.99, now through Sunday 6/29! http://po.st/1HnUWy

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14. a slight change in fate

  • Published: 2017-03-09T19:08:08Z
  • By ja burd!
a slight change in fate

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15. Hiding Away (ft. ThatKidCam)

Hiding Away (ft. ThatKidCam)

All non-vocal tracks written, recorded, and mixed by A Slight Breeze. Verse lead vocal by ThatKidCam. Chorus lead vocal by A Slight Breeze. Mastered by John Hunter. Artwork by Hailey Douglas.

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16. a slight melody enters the wheel and helps it turn

  • Published: 2018-05-09T13:36:18Z
  • By eubanks
a slight melody enters the wheel and helps it turn

soprano saxophone custom live electronics recorded at PAS, Berlin by Adam Asnan, April 2018 *for Todd Capp

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18. A Slight Return Home

A Slight Return Home

From 'Songbook', 2006

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19. Old Fire - A Slight Grip, A Gentle Hold (from Songs from the Haunted South)

  • Published: 2016-07-20T12:58:46Z
  • By Kscope
Old Fire - A Slight Grip, A Gentle Hold (from Songs from the Haunted South)

'Songs from the Haunted South', the debut album from Old Fire (feat. John Mark Lapham of The Earlies & The Late Cord) is OUT NOW on Kscope. Oder your copy on CD: http://bit.ly/1W7vEdo The pet project of Texas based programmer John Mark Lapham, - of ‘The Earlies’ and 4AD band ‘The Late Cord’ fame - Old Fire joins a world-class roster that includes the likes of Steven Wilson, The Pineapple Thief, Anathema, Nordic Giants and The Anchoress. Taking nearly a decade to make, 'Songs from the Haunted South' has been a labour of love for Lapham. Born from an album concept for a 4AD project with singer Micah P. Hinson (The Late Cord), the album was originally intended to feature different singers and musicians recording songs that were both covers and originals. After parting ways with Micah, Lapham remained determined to realize his vision for the album and sought voices he considered special or fitted the inspiration. The first piece of the puzzle fell in to place after meeting the former owner of 4AD, Ivo Watts Russell, who introduced Lapham to singer/songwriter, Tom Rapp - who recorded a string of haunting albums in the late 60s and 70s under the name Pearls Before Swine. The vocals Rapp provided formed the basis of the track Shadows. In the following years, guest vocals were recorded by Sara Lowes (The Earlies), DM Stith, Christopher Barnes (Gem Club), Rebekka Karijord, and Alex Maas (Black Angels). The project also features a myriad of exceptional musicians including DM Stith - piano and guitar, Christopher Barnes (Gem Club) - Piano, Warren Defever (His Name Is Alive) - Guitar, Thor Harris (Swans) - Drums, Christian Madden - Rhodes piano & Organ and Semay Wu -Cello. The 13 track album contains a selection of songs that in one way or another are dedications to people, some dead and some still living. Musically, inspirations range from ambient artists such as Brian Eno and Stars of the Lid to Psychedelic Rock, traditional Country and early 4AD. Sitting alongside the original Old Fire compositions are a selection of intriguing cover versions. Lapham uniquely interprets songs by Psychic TV (The Orchids), Low (Laser Beam), Ian William Craig (A Sight Grip, A Gentle Hold), Jason Molina (It’s Easier Now), Camberwell Now (Know How) and Shearwater (Helix). 'Songs from The Haunted South' was produced by John Mark Lapham, mixed by JM Lapham and Mark Kuykendall, and was mastered by Ian Hawgood. The powerful cover art was designed by UK’s Grammy Award winning designer Vaughan Oliver, famed for his work with artists such as Mojave 3, Lush, Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance, The Breeders, This Mortal Coil, Pixies, Throwing Muses, in addition to artists such as David Sylvian and Bush. The cover shot taken in 1958 features Lapham’s father during bivouac camping basic training in the foothills of the Ozarks, at Fort Chaffee. 1. Old Fire 3 2. Along Came A Sadness 3. Helix 4. Know How 5. It`s Easier Now 6. A Stranger in The Family 7. Bloodchild 8. Faust 9. Shadows 10. A Slight Grip, A Gentle Hold 11. Laser Beam 12. The Orchids 13. Deadhouse Dream OLD FIRE ONLINE: https://www.facebook.com/oldfiresongs http://old-fire.com/ https://twitter.com/oldfiresongs https://www.instagram.com/oldfiresongs/

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20. A Slight Cool Breeze

  • Published: 2017-07-27T12:25:28Z
  • By WJLP
A Slight Cool Breeze

A summery laid back surf track for your enjoyment.

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