Flow Theory Flavors

Flavors was my second commercial CD, released in 2009 under the name Flow Theory. It features balanced, full-bodied jazz-, blues-, and world-influenced folk rock with delicate floral notes and lingering finishes. I provide all sounds and flow — primarily voice, guitars, percussion, and sounds captured from the world around me — and mix them all together into a hot, delightfully palatable soup du jour.

Mastermind Terrill Thompson has created a crafty book of work that flows from song to song, keeping the listener involved and interested.
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Flavors CD cover, featuring nine perfectly arranged tea cups with tea bags draped over the edge of each. Cups are labeled Reali, Subtle, Creativi, Sereni, Abili, Agili, Musicali, Digni, and Profani

You can listen to every track from Flavors below in my accessible audio player (AAP). You can also check out liner notes, lyrics, and whatnot for each track. If you like what you hear I'd be honored if you'd consider making a purchase. You can find Flavors almost anywhere music downloads are sold, including the following sources:

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Enjoy!

About the name Flow Theory

Flow Theory is a phrase used to describe the ideas of Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, who proposed, described, and conducted research into that moment when a person is fully immersed in what he or she is doing, breaking down the duality of self and other so that everything becomes one. When making music, there's a point at which all there is... is music. Cool name for a band, eh? The trouble is - I'm not the only person who thinks so. I started recording under that name in 2007, and later at least two other bands decided to do the same. The more popular of the two is a jam band out of Chicago founded by three brothers. If you landed here expecting to find them, you might try their myspace page. But feel free to stick around as long you like. You might like my tunes as well.

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