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Oceans - The String Quartet Tribute to Enya

Vitamin String Quartet

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Album Review

This instrumental tribute to Moby collects tracks from only three of the ironic electronicist's records, namely Everything Is Wrong (1995), I Like to Score (1997), and the 1999 breakthrough Play. The arrangements for viola, violin, cello, and bass glide predictably through tracks like "God Moving Over the Face of the Water," as the original already had the feel of a classical film score. Similarly, the hushed tones of "Hymn" and "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?" illustrate Moby's penchant for the structure at home in a chamber arrangement.

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The Vitamin String Quartet is a group of Los Angeles-based studio musicians who have carved out a unique niche for themselves, recording new versions of songs by well-known rock, pop, and country artists, arranged for a small string ensemble. The Vitamin String Quartet have released well over 100 albums (through their own Vitamin Records label), most of which feature the songs of a single artist (and in some cases interpret a single album in full), though the group has also released thematic collections...
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