A Produce ‎– Reflect Like A Mirror, Respond Like An Echo

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Trance Port ‎– TPT CD-102
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1 A Smooth Surface (Short Version) 1:25
2 Reflect Like A Mirror, Respond Like An Echo
Piano [Digital], Synthesizer – Ruben Garcia
6:32
3 Healing Touch 4:45
4 Opening 2:29
5 Near And Far Away 5:47
6 Slow Voyage 3:32
7 Clear Pools
Piano [Digital], Synthesizer – Ruben Garcia
5:11
8 Native Pulse 3:30
9 Speaking In Tongues 5:06
10 Rousseau's Jungle
Effects, Engineer – Scott FraserGuitar [Processed Pedal Steel], Written-by [Co-writer] – Chas Smith
6:30

Credits

  • Bass, Congas [Muted], Finger Cymbals [M1], Drums [M1 Tuned, Taos], Twelve-String Guitar [12-string], Harpsichord, Keyboards [Wavestation], Organ, PercussionA Produce
  • Harp, Piano, ShakerPierre Lambow (tracks: 3 to 6, 9, 10)
  • Written-by [Co-writer]Pierre Lambow (tracks: 3 to 6, 9), Ruben Garcia (tracks: 2, 7)

Notes

Comes in a folding cardboard sleeve, both red and [url= http://www.discogs.com/release/1093292 ]black[/url] covers exist.
Reissued in [url= http://www.discogs.com/release/686527 ]1997[/url] with 3 additional bonus tracks.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TPT CD-102 A Produce Reflect Like A Mirror, Respond Like An Echo(CD, Album, Bla) Trance Port TPT CD-102 US 1992 Sell This Version
TP-CD-107, TPT-107-CD A Produce Reflect Like A Mirror, Respond Like An Echo(CD, Album, RE, RM) Trance Port, Trance Port TP-CD-107, TPT-107-CD US 1997 Sell This Version

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December 4, 2016
A PRODUCE - REFLECT LIKE A MIRROR, RESPOND LIKE AN ECHO
(Trance Port TPTCD-102) CD 46m
The world of crazy CD packaging continues with this CD packaged in a cleverly designed nifty card wallet. Actually, the music is also as original as the packaging. A Produce is a solo multi-instrumentalist joined on most tracks by guest musicians, creating a variably atmospheric and unusual ambient music. Well away from the melodic-based Eno ambient explorations, this is much moodier and strange music, where often the sounds are unidentifiable and the mood elusive. A kind of uneasy ambient music I suppose, that reveals itself more with each listen.
review by Alan Freeman in Audion magazine #25 (June 1993)