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Music for Yorkshire Dales National Park

By Dennis Huddleston, aka 36


The track “Heather Spa” takes its name from a spot in the Yorkshire Dales National Park that has served as an inspiration to musician Dennis Huddleston, who records and performs under the two-digit moniker 36. The track is an achingly beautiful expanse of slowly unfolding harmonic lushness, the sonic equivalent of watching rough surf churn in slow motion.

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By Marc Weidenbaum

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