The Lull Between the Lullabies

by Jazzyspoon

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This is an album patiently put together in the quiet moments during the last few months. This softer electro-ambient (almost space rock) electronic album is dedicated to my new son, Julian. A few of these tracks are collaborations with other artists and most of them were featured on Soundcloud previously, but I wanted to work on music and the requirement was that it didn't wake the baby. I literally made this album in 15 to 30 minute chunks of studio time over 3 or so months, so don't expect too much out of it. Free download. :)
Artwork by Sonya Cote. Thanks to Alex (Abreaktor) Onegin, Jess Peabody, Joshua Felix, and Matthew Turner for their outstanding contributions (intentional or otherwise).
It was nice to work on something peaceful each morning.


released October 10, 2016

Artwork by Sonya Cote



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Jazzyspoon Denver, Colorado

Jazzyspoon (aka Jason Pottorff) is a self proclaimed “multi-genrelist” musician and producer out of Denver, Colorado (USA). Though he preferred to work in many styles of music over his 25+ year musical journey, he is probably best known for experimenting with unique hybrids of electronic music and experimental sound design. ... more

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Track Name: In The Garden (featuring Zoozither)
I could empty all the light,
Burning colors black from white,
Loosing all my self control
Burying my tired soul
Healing when my hearts astray,
The tiny squares of green portray
all the hope I could enslave,
It's in the garden I am saved.

Track Name: Lacuna (featuring Abreaktor)
white sand, red brick,
sunshine, blood,
Love, wine,
Stained glass,
Roses, Flood

Shades of intervention grin
at all the places you have been
Mark the spot to where I dream
with galaxies of air to breathe
Wander, wonder, wasted still
I need to go but never will