Takatown by the Lake
by Ivan Duch
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Album:Venture Forth, Chapter V
Happy Peaceful Town
About this Song
“Takatown by the Lake” is an instrumental song written for the Venture Forth V album and a collaboration with Michael Dickinson. The song is inspired by the fictional town of Takatown, which is located by a little cove in the lake. This small town is known for its goods and trading and the song reflects the hustle and bustle of this busy port town.
The song is meant to accompany Michael Dickinson‘s illustrations for his video game “The Fall of Wakewood Forest”, making the experience even more immersive.
Make sure to check out his work!
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