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The Static Past by Michael Meara

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    The inspiration for this record is the aging process. As we age, the following usually occurs: Focusing on close objects becomes harder. The lens becomes denser, making seeing in dim light harder. The lens also yellows, changing the way we perceive colours. The number of cells in the spinal cord begins to decrease. The amount of active bone marrow, where blood cells are produced, decreases. Our skin tends to become thinner, less elastic & drier. Nerve cells may lose some of their receptors for messages. Blood flow to the brain decreases, thus the brain may function slightly less well. We may react and do tasks more slowly. The ability to taste and smell starts to gradually diminish. Hearing high-pitched sounds becomes more difficult (known as presbycusis) making some words become harder to understand.
    Track Listings:
    1. entrance 06:30
    2. circular lives replaying 10:42
    3. where memories pause 04:13
    4. there are voices in the static 10:13
    5. dissolving connections 10:00
    6. once was light 05:35
    7. sepia vision 12:18
    8. longing 09:38
    Artist Name(s):
    Michael Meara - Processed guitar and Synths.
    Release Year: 2017
    Style:
    Dark, Minimal, Soundtrack
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Digital / Download
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Michael Meara
    Liscense:
    Creative Commons
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Aural Films
    Catalog Number(s):
    AF0207
    Location:
    San Francisco, CA, USA
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