Setting a Course for Tomorrow

by Patrick Healy

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Can This Even Be Called Music? His last album, Crux, was already sweet and tasty, but this new one – as you can taste with the single “The Villi People” – is on a whole new level. All throughout the rather contemplative album, you’re thrown music in the styles of classical, jazz, and progressive rock. It’s an astonishing atmospheric progressive rock album that I totally recommend!
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Setting a Course for Tomorrow is the next album in the continuum of Patrick Healy's celestial progressive rock macroverse, melding dark matter melodies with an ethereal atmosphere, creating a binary that binds vintage prog with contemporary fusion.

A nebula of influence that clusters the cerebral candor of Yes, the quirky aura of Allan Holdsworth, and the aggressive tonal density of John Coltrane, giving rise to a new landscape that Healy's cosmic symphony can call home.

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released July 29, 2016

All compositions by Patrick Healy

Produced by Andrew Wiseman and Patrick Healy
Mixed by Andrew Wiseman
Mastered by Andre Sousa in Geary Ave Studios, Toronto, ON

Artwork and design by Arthur Doyle
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Megan Chandler - Double bass
Michael Chisholm - French horn
Martin Davidson - Tenor saxophone (tracks 1 and 3)
Jon Epworth - Drums (tracks 2, 3, 4, and 6)
Patrick Healy - Electric guitar, mandolin, synthesizers
Warda Limaye - Viola
Evan Mahaney - Tenor saxophone (track 4)
Casey Thompson - Electric bass guitar (track 3)
Jordan Tunney - Flugelhorn
Charles Urich - Drums (tracks 1 and 2)
Lee Wanner - Acoustic guitar
Andrew Wiseman - Drums (track 5), percussion, electric guitar (track 2), electric bass guitar (track 5), synthesizer bass (tracks 4 and 6)

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Patrick Healy Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax-based composer and guitarist Patrick Healy summons modern through classic influences such as Vangelis, Gustav Holst, Allan Holdsworth, and King Crimson, combining dark, celestial inspiration with cutting edge guitar atmospheres.

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