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track list errors though

I agree with both reviewers. Exchange is phenomenal. Their album "Between Places" defines a period of my life. So it is with that thought that I would like to correct the track list here... What is listed here as; Compass Rose is actually Without Cause, No Borders is actually Compass Rose, and Without Cause is actually No Borders.

In a Changing World - Exchange

This is by far some of the best music I own. It sooths me when I am upset, it challenges me when I am low, and it creates a desire in me to go on. There are happy melodious choruses, reflective refrains, and deep interludes. I only wish that these artists would create more songs like those found on this album.

Could Almost Say They Created New Age

Think this is essentially their, "Greatest Hits CD". But there is some extra songs on here that I had not heard. But I'm only aware of three CD's they've made. Have been listening to these guys since the late 80's. Their original CD was I believe, "Into the Night"(1988). Followed by "Between Places" (1990) which may have spoke to their issues with their music label disputes. Then their last one was on "Mesa Records" (1992) and was self titled. How good are these guys, I bought the songs on itunes without listening to the entire 20 seconds. They are a cross between "Ryan Farrish" & calmer "The Crystal Method". NBC, ABC, ESPN, Olympic coverage, etc has used some of their music for sports background for a long time. You likely will recognize some of it if you are into that sort of thing. Totally recommend!

Biography

Formed: 1986

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Exchange consisted of a pair of Canadian keyboardists, Gerald O'Brien and Steve Sexton, who created atmospheric music. O'Brien picked up experience playing rock and pop music and wrote the music for the soap opera Generations. Sexton backed many pop singers, including Dionne Warwick, Rita Coolidge, Dusty Springfield, and especially Anne Murray. The duo met while playing with the rock group Surrender; they kept in touch, and formed Exchange in 1986, a unit whose original name was So Ho, until it was...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: New Age, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2001

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