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Soaring Beauty

Martin Tillman the magician with a cello has taken his art to another form. This album has left me speechless with its depth and power, wonderful music!

Classy arrangements

Well, the pulsating beats get you grooving, like they did to me when I played 'WONDER' and 'INVOLUNTARY MIDNIGHTS’. The effects and textures are very well arranged and I enjoyed the guitars and vocals on 'CELLULOID SPACES'. The title track 'SUPERHUMAN' too has tightly spun textures and effects with a nice solid groove. 'THE INVISIBLE SHIELD OF STRINGS AND BOWS' is a masterpiece- rich strings and I also love that mellow, softer, sensitive touch on 'TRANSLATED TO BEAUTY'. Wonderful!

Biography

Born: Zurich, Switzerland

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Since arriving in the U.S. in 1988, Martin Tillman has blurred the lines between genres and stretched the boundaries of contemporary cello music. Performing with artists like Better Than Ezra, Ted Hawkins, Chicago, Tracy Chapman, and Beck and as a member of two ensembles, Triptych and Axiom of Choice, Tillman has adapted the cello for a variety of styles of music. His musical studies began in Europe and continued in the U.S. with cellist Lynn Harrell. He graduated from the University of Southern...
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