Shadows Between the Sky

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Shadows Between the Sky
Studio album by Buckethead
Released February 6, 2010
Genre Alternative rock, post-rock, experimental rock, ambient
Length 44:54
Label Hatboxghost Music
Producer Dan "Brewer" Monti & Albert
Buckethead chronology
Needle in a Slunk Stack
(2009)
Shadows Between the Sky
(2010)
Spinal Clock
(2010)

Shadows Between the Sky is the twenty-seventh studio album by avant-garde guitarist Buckethead. It was announced on February 5, 2010, and released the next day through TDRSMusic.com.[1] The album features a similar sound to his 2009 release A Real Diamond in the Rough.[2] While the album is mellow in tone and composition, similar to 2002's Electric Tears, the use of percussion instruments persists, along with a lower level of ambience and the prominent use of major keys. This more upbeat style, compared to the overall darker feel of Electric Tears, is rather more similar to Buckethead's earlier release, Colma. This album is currently out of print.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Shadows Between the Sky"   3:03
2. "Inward Journey"   5:14
3. "Chaos of the Unconscious"   3:02
4. "Rim of the World"   2:35
5. "City of Woe"   2:19
6. "Sea Wall"   2:40
7. "Sled Ride"   3:06
8. "Sunken Statue"   2:37
9. "Cookies for Santa"   3:32
10. "Andrew Henry's Meadow"   2:43
11. "Centrum"   2:28
12. "The Cliff's Stare"   4:43
13. "Greenskeeper"   0:58
14. "Wax Paper"   3:09
15. "Walk on the Moon"   2:45
Total length:
44:54

Notes[edit]

  • This is Buckethead's first CD since Cyborg Slunks that doesn't have 13 tracks, a common number for Buckethead.
  • The song City of Woe is not available on iTunes. It's only on the CD version of the album.

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TDRS music Store". Travisdickersonmusic.com. Retrieved 2012-03-09. 
  2. ^ "Buckethead Releases New CD". Sputnikmusic. Retrieved 2012-03-09.