Prelude To the Kraken’s Return

Composed by Bryan Baker
Bryan Baker: Organ
Published by Blind Mime Music, ASCAP
© Brian F Baker, All rights reserved.

This was composed and recorded during what was probably Tapegerm’s most active time. I believe it was David Alexander MacDonald who suggested a concept album around the Kraken and he assigned parts of the piece to the various artists in Tapegerm Collective. I was assigned the prelude and this is the result; very un-Tapegerm as it’s just me on pipe organ playing live.

The Kraken album never did see eventual fruition and this track has been gathering dust for over a decade until its release now under the Briyan Frederick project.

I hope you like it.

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Let me tell you about Prelude To the Kraken’s Return by Briyan Frederick

Prelude To the Kraken’s Return is 1 minute and 36 seconds long. It’s in the key of C-sharp major and the time signature is 3 beats per measure. Loudness is -5.32 db and the tempo is around 116.50 bpm.

Acousticness: 36% – Track isn’t acoustic 

Danceability: 29% – Track isn’t good for dancing 

Instrumentalness: 26% – Likely isn’t instrumental 

Energy: 27% – Track is on the mellow side 

Speechiness 4% – Probably doesn’t contain talking 

Liveness: 11% – Track was recorded in a studio (not live) 

Valence: 14% – Vibe is sad, depressed, and/or angry 






dabodab is published by Briyan Frederick (aka Bryan Baker) of GAJOOB, Tapegerm Collective, Discover Zines and other sites which now have a home here on dabodab. read more.


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