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From an Immersion Composition Society Day in Winter 2014, in which I wrote as many 'recipes' (prescriptions) as possible.


Use your imagination
Hear echoes from your dreams
Light, shadows, a part of sound sparkle alive
The afterlife is gonna be all right

I’d like to know the recipe for the afterlife
Amongst cinnamon and cardamom and shadows of optagons and parthenons
All the sounds that I’ve heard will boil down to one big hum

Death ends pain in Hungary
Pain builds character in Woodsville
In China a character can sing
In the afterlife, we’ll be free of static cling

Do you have the recipe for the afterlife?
How do things taste over there, when we meet?
Isn’t there a recipe for the afterlife
The cosmic oven is now on pre-heat

All the sounds that I’ve heard will boil down to one big hum


from Amy Denio: The Big Embrace, released October 3, 2017
Composed and produced by Amy Denio at Spoot Studios, Seattle.
Amy Denio: bass, voices
Mastered by Steve Turnidge.
c 2014 Spoot Music, ASCAP.


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Amy Denio / Spoot Music Seattle, Washington

Amy Denio is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist composer, singer and music producer based in Seattle, WA. She's been commissioned to compose for dance, theater and film, and has received numerous grants and fellowships and collaborated with artists worldwide.

She has performed at festivals, clubs, schools, prisons, social centers and ruins throughout Europe, North America and Asia.
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