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FROZEN LONESOME - Cape Spear

Vacation really suits reader Steve Raizen. His latest track explores his feelings while visiting Cape Spear in Newfoundland, Canada. This is definitely my favorite FROZEN LONESOME track, which combines gritty textures with soaring beauty.

Video Description:

I had the wonderful opportunity to spend a week in Newfoundland, Canada. It's an amazing and wonderful place where the folks are friendly and the natural beauty is beyond compare..Cape Spear, located on the Avalon Peninsula near St. John's, Newfoundland, is the easternmost point in Canada (52°37'W), and North America, excluding Danish-controlled Greenland.A lighthouse has operated at Cape Spear since September 1836.

This track is reflective of the feelings invoked by Cape Spear. https://frozen-lonesome.bandcamp.com

Recorded in AUM and Auria Pro. Arranged in Auria and finished in AudioMastering.
100% iOS, apps used are SynthScaper, mood, Model 15, Lorentz, fX include, EOS2, Haze, Korvpressor, and FuzzPlus3.

Reader Comments 7

Thanks for sharing Tim. Favourite track of mine! Glad the track touched you in the way the beauty of Cape Spear did me. Btw, track was composed during the almost 4 hour flight from St. John's Newfoundland to Toronto, which was only 2/3 of the way home. 😎 It's great to travel, but it's great to be home too!
I want to get out there some day! It must be an amazing place. My parents were raving about it after their trip.
@tim I strongly recommend that you go. They have a saying on "The Rock". There are two kinds of people. Newfoundlanders and those that wish they were Newfoundlanders. It was awesome! Saw Humpback & Minke whales and thousands of Puffins on our boat tour. There were incredible scenic views wherever we went. I admit I was enchanted by the place and the people.

It helped that the weather was great while we were there. Mostly blue skies and sun except for a couple of days which is not always the case.

Depending on the year, May-June is the time to go and see icebergs. Whales depending on when the Capelin (billions of little fish) arrive which is usually early to mid summer.
Love this track! Thanks for sharing.
August 11, 2017  | person MikeV
Damn fine track!
On August 11, 2017 - @MikeV said:
Love this track! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Mike V!
On August 11, 2017 - @Toz Bourne said:
Damn fine track!
Thanks Taz! Appreciate you taking the time to listen and comment.
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