Ides Of Trillium - Alternate Nashville Mixes Digital EP

by Kori Linae Carothers

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These are a collection of songs that were recorded at Palette Music Studios, Nashville TN with Jeff Silverman on board. I wanted to release these versions to show the diversity of how I work.

for more information on Jeff Silverman, please visit:
www.palettemusic.net

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released June 3, 2011

Recorded at: Palette Studios/Productions, Nashville, TN;
Sonikwire Studios, Irvine, CA.

Released February 5, 2011
Kori Linae Carothers - Producer, Keyboards, piano.
Jeff Silverman - Sound Design, Electric Guitar, Drum programming, Engineering and Mastering.

Featuring Guest Artists:

Aeone - Vocals performed, produced and arranged by Aeone
Jeff Oster Flugel Horn ( Dancing in the Clouds)
Tom Shinness - Fretless Bass, harp guitar, cello, and zither ( Blue Ice)
Jeff Silverman -Electric Guitar


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email:kcarothers@mac.com

iRoknNod Records
27758 Santa Margarita Suite #407
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

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Kori Linae Carothers Mission Viejo, California

Kori’s saga is filled with a love affair for music. From the time she heard the “Beatles” as a child, she knew she wanted to create music. Kori’s parents thought it wise to have her take piano lessons. Her favorite musicians were a mix of Jazz, Rock and Classical sounds which included,Herb Alpert, Led Zepplin, Jethro Tull, Beethoven, Mozart, Shadowfax, Mannheim Steamroller, and Will Ackerman. ... more

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Track Name: Carpe Diem feat. Aeone - Alternate mix
Vocals performed, produced and arranged by Aeone
Track Name: InSync
This song was originally planned to go on "Trillium" but was cut from it since it was a bit too electronic to fit in with the acoustic songs. I love it because it reminds me of "The Transporter" movie which stars Jason Statham.
Track Name: Tangled Up -Feat. Jeff Silverman Alternate Mix
"Its the rockn way to look at things" - Jeff Oster