Suffocating the Bloom

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Suffocating the Bloom
Studio album by Echolyn
Released 1992
Genre Progressive rock
Length 63:39
Label Velveteen Records
Producer Echolyn
Echolyn chronology
echolyn
(1991)echolyn1991
Suffocating the Bloom
(1992)
...and every blossom
(1993)
Alternative Cover
Original Cover
Original Cover
...and every blossom1993
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5.0 stars[1]
ProgArchives 4.18/5.0 stars[2]

Suffocating the Bloom is the second studio album by the progressive rock band echolyn.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "21" (Echolyn, Kull, Weston) (5:49)
  2. "Winterthru" (Echolyn, Kull, Weston) (3:45)
  3. "Memoirs From Between" (Echolyn, Kull) (8:01)
  4. "Reaping the Harvest" (Echolyn) (1:41)
  5. "In Every Garden" (Echolyn, Kull) (4:39)
  6. "A Little Nonsense" (Echolyn, Kull) (4:20)
  7. "The Sentimental Chain" (Echolyn) (1:40)
  8. "One Voice" (Echolyn, Weston) (5:20)
  9. "Here I Am" (Echolyn, Weston) (5:21)
  10. "Cactapus" (Echolyn) (2:51)
     
    "A Suite for the Everyman" (Echolyn) (Total Time, 28:13)
  11. "Only Twelve" (Echolyn) (1:17)
  12. "A Cautious Repose" (Echolyn, Kull, Weston) (4:55)
  13. "Bearing Down" (Echolyn, Kull, Weston) (3:49)
  14. "Cash Flow Shuffle" (Echolyn) (0:39)
  15. "Mr. Oxy Moron" (Echolyn, Kull) (3:23)
  16. "Twelve's Enough" (Echolyn) (2:21)
  17. "I Am the Tide" (Echolyn, Kull) (1:15)
  18. "Cannoning in B Major" (Echolyn) (1:19)
  19. "Picture Perfect" (Echolyn) (0:55)
  20. "Those That Want to Buy" (Echolyn, Kull, Weston) (6:45)
  21. "Suffocating the Bloom" (Echolyn, Kull) (4:03)

Personnel[edit]

Guest musicians[edit]

  • Katherine Shenk - violin
  • Richard Casimir - violin
  • Jeffrey E. Meyers - violin
  • Laura Anthony - flute
  • Heather Groll - flute
  • Jim Dwyer - marching snares
  • Tom Kelly - marching snares
  • Kimberly Shenk - cello
  • Elizabeth C. Detweile - viola
  • Dainis Roman - alto saxophone

References[edit]

  1. ^ "allmusic ((( Suffocating the Bloom > Overview )))". www.allmusic.com. Retrieved 2009-09-24. 
  2. ^ "ProgArchives (Suffocating the Bloom)". www.progarchives.com. Retrieved 2015-07-22. 

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