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Thanks to our wonderful backers for helping ensure that "THE TANK," an acoustical wonder and world class reverberant space, remains a valued musical resource for all to share
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"Rangely A-Caroling at The TANK" — Get the CD today!

Posted by Bruce Odland (Creator)
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A Special Holiday Announcement for all TANK Enthusiasts!

In November, more than fifty residents of Rangely, Colorado, brought their voices and their instruments to The TANK to record Rangely A-Caroling at The TANK, a 13-song CD of traditional Christmas carols and seasonal songs produced by The TANK Center for Sonic Arts. 


Order CDs and downloads here: www.tanksounds.org/caroling

100% of proceeds benefit Rangely public schools, Colorado Northwestern Community College, and The TANK Center for Sonic Arts.



Joy To The World / Angels We Have Heard On High / Jingle Bells / O Come, O Come, Emmanuel / We Three Kings / What Child Is This / The First Noel / O Come, All Ye Faithful / In The Bleak Midwinter / O Little Town Of Bethlehem / I Heard The Bells / Carol Of The Bells / Silent Night 

Bay Area master engineer Mark Fuller, assisted by Rangely resident Samantha Wade, captured the overwhelmingly beautiful acoustics of The TANK in a compelling, 40-minute collection of music that tells the story of the Nativity from many perspectives and in many styles.  Musical Director Bruce Odland wove together a sonic tapestry of talented local voices and musicians. Local Rangely artist Julia Davis and TANKster Lois LaFond created the moody artwork for the CD cover.

Rangely oilman and philanthropist, Sam Tolley, donated the funds to record Rangely A-Caroling at The TANK. Through his generosity, all proceeds raised from the CD will benefit Rangely public schools, Colorado Northwestern Community College, and The TANK Center for Sonic Arts.

Read more about the making of Rangely A-Caroling at The TANK www.tanksounds.org/caroling.

Keep listening, 

The TANK Center for Sonic Arts

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