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More Ghost Than Man

From Nashville, Tennessee

Labels Westerns With The Sound Off
Terry Grant has always been a little more ghost than man. Firmly entrenched in the world of underground dance for the better part of a decade, he spent most of that time blending traditional house music with elements of techno, garage, and disco, but continually found himself drawn toward the fringe of electronic music- those areas less beholden to the dance floor.

And so the idea of More Ghost Than Man was born. A convenient fiction under which to explore the marriage of electronic production and traditional musicianship. Soft electric piano and warm synths float atop deconstructed drum breaks and skittering percussion, as staccato guitar and dark voices from the edge combine to gently remind you that you are, in fact, still human.
3 Albums found
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Genre: Electronic
Mood: Danceable, Driving
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Genre: Electronic
Mood: Bouncy, Cool, Dreamy, Introspective, Jazzy, Melancholy, Mysterious, Serious
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Genre: Electronic
Mood: Cool, Jazzy, Melancholy, Soulful, Yearning
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Genre: Electronic
Mood: Atmospheric, Hypnotic, Laid Back, Mysterious, Pulsing, Sexy
Instrumental: Yes

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More Ghost Than Man "When Will I Be Young Again" (Instrumental) featured in ad for Cuernavaca
More Ghost Than Man "When Will I Be Young Again" (Instrumental) featured in Ad for San Miguel Allende

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More Ghost Than Man The Courage To Lie To A Dying Man
More Ghost Than Man When Will I Be Young Again?
More Ghost Than Man Teaching Dogs To Fly
More Ghost Than Man A Crack In The Glass

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