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    The three minimalist pieces that comprise "V" play like something lost to time...akin to a fond memory retrieved over and over throughout the years until it is uncertain what is left: reality or fantasy?

    So too, are the simple refrains of "V". They are like those threads of muted memories becoming more bare as time moves on - less certain, more surreal. The progressions may seem to be the same, but the context is always changing, influencing an accurate sense of recall. Yet, however ambivalent the musical progressions may be, they evoke an austere sense of conviction as if something DID happen and it WAS meaningful, but...that is where the thread ends - the point beyond which memory can no longer breach. The rest will have to be summoned by another means. Perhaps by you, dear listener...

    Le Berger is the moniker for the artistic, conceptual & professional endeavors of Samuel Landry, hailing from Montreal, Canada.

    The OO-Ray is the alias of Ted Laderas, an improvisatory and experimental cellist from Portland, OR.

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released 25 February 2014

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