Infinite Keys by Ester Drang, released 01 April 2003 1. The Temple Mount 2. Dead Man’s Point of View 3. Oceans of You 4. One Hundred Times 5. The Greatest Thing 6. No One Could Ever Take Your Face 7. If They Only Knew 8. All the Feeling 9. I Don’t Want to Live (in a world of infinite keys) Oklahoma’s ESTER DRANG has produced a precise and delicate album on their second full-length and Jade Tree debut, Infinite Keys (JT1082). Ester Drang is Bryce Chambers, Kyle Winner, James Mcalister, and Jeff Shoop. Additional drums on song 2 by John Owen Parish. Strings: Malcolm Royal, Gabriel Royal, Angel Alajaji, Meray Boustani.
Ester Drang are a five-piece from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and seem to be writing music based on cloud formations. I imagine them waiting patiently for a patch of white to explode, for a break in the otherwise steady weather, allowing them a chance to experiment with dynamics in response. Since 1995 they've put out a single, a now out-of-print EP, and last-year's somewhat lauded LP Goldenwest on Burnt Toast. With each release they've been charting a pretty straight path toward Infinite Keys, their first full-length for Jade Tree.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The songs on the album are great on their own, but the best way to enjoy this is to listen from start to finish; in its entirety, Infinite Keys is amazingly well produced. It's especially great for long drives alone, or any kind of activity where you can just allow yourself to be swept away by the atmospheric rock music.
Artists Ester Drang Infinite Keys. Infinite Keys Ester Drang. This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 83/180 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Infinite Keys. Album starts at BPM, ends at 101BPM (+101), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Ester Drang.
and the younger group does a remarkable job of evoking the feel of that album without ever sounding like a simple-minded copy. If anything, however, Infinite Keys is a little too consistent; the songs blend into one another so imperceptibly that very close listening is required for Infinite Keys not to sound like one 40-minute song. It's a very good song, however.
Ester Drang – Infinite Keys. Label: Passive Recordings – PR-010. Country: US. Released: 2016. I Don't Want To Live (In A World Of Infinite Keys). Vinyl reissue pressed in a quantity of 300: 100 black, 100 clear (this), and 100 white. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
I Don't Want To Live (In A World Of Infinite Keys).
|1||The Temple Mount|
|2||Dead Man's Point Of View|
|3||Oceans Of You|
|4||One Hundred Times|
|5||The Greatest Thing|
|6||No One Could Ever Take Your Face|
|7||If They Only Knew|
|8||All The Feeling|
|9||I Don't Want To Live (In A World Of Infinite Keys)|
|PR-010||Ester Drang||Infinite Keys (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||Passive Recordings||PR-010||US||2016|
|JT1082 CD||Ester Drang||Infinite Keys (CD, Promo)||Jade Tree||JT1082 CD||US||2003|
|PR-010||Ester Drang||Infinite Keys (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle)||Passive Recordings||PR-010||US||2016|
|PR-010||Ester Drang||Infinite Keys (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Whi)||Passive Recordings||PR-010||US||2016|