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3 reviews | 38 people love this record: be the 39th! Epic 45: 'May Your Heart Be The Map' (Make Mine Music) Is an endearing collection of songs that are composed to evoke memories of a long lost childhood. This they do by combining an array of acoustic and electric guitars, samplers, drums, bass, field recordings and a collection of assorted tools. At turns pastoral, reflective and nostalgic it reminds me of Hood in a calmer mode and the sound of a ... »

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May Your Heart Be The Map by epic45
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38 people love this record. Be the 39th!
8/10 Mingus Staff review, 16 August 2007
Epic 45: 'May Your Heart Be The Map' (Make Mine Music) Is an endearing collection of songs that are composed to evoke memories of a long lost childhood. This they do by combining an array of acoustic and electric guitars, samplers, drums, bass, field recordings and a collection of assorted tools. At turns pastoral, reflective and nostalgic it reminds me of Hood in a calmer mode and the sound of a few very concentrated individuals who seem to know each other quite intimately.

10/10 Fridge Customer review, 6th April 2009

Imagine Boards of Canada moving to the English countryside and throwing in a few more guitars and simply beautiful hypnotic melodies - and you still wouldn't be close to why I love this as much as I do. On constant rotation since it arrived, I can't recommend it strongly enough.

8/10 Renars Customer review,

with Hood being sabbatical, with Disco Inferno being dead, not many bands out there can deliver the musical beauty of this class... the title track may as well be a lost track from Endless Summer sessions... other gems are called 'The Stars in Spring', 'Summers First Breath'... recommended!


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