As One ‎– Reflections

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Mihara
Meridian
Orchilla
Shambala
Dance Of The Uighurs
Majik Jar
Star Gaze
Soleil Levant
Lunate
Asa Nisi Masa
Moon Over The Moab

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
elec :: 5 lp As One Reflections(2xLP, Album) New Electronica elec :: 5 lp UK 1994 Sell This Version
elec :: 5 cd As One Reflections(CD, Album) New Electronica elec :: 5 cd UK 1994 Sell This Version
XQAW-1012 As One Reflections(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Car) Spiral Records (3) XQAW-1012 Japan 2007 Sell This Version
14010801 As One Reflections(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial, Dig) Клаб Стар 14010801 Russia 2007 Sell This Version
none Kirk Degiorgio Presents As One Kirk Degiorgio Presents As One - Reflections(11xFile, WAV, Album, RE, RM) Applied Rhythmic Technology (ART) none UK 2019

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Disco_Russ

Disco_Russ

October 16, 2017
referencing Reflections, 2xLP, Album, elec :: 5 lp
A brilliant album by Kirk, in that small group of wonderful electronic albums from the early 90's
peppesss

peppesss

October 11, 2017
referencing Reflections, 2xLP, Album, elec :: 5 lp
asa nisi masa... sulla lavagna di Federico Fellini, il ricordo di Mastroianni
MrZyc

MrZyc

September 24, 2014
referencing Reflections, 2xLP, Album, elec :: 5 lp
particular sound.
really good.
Upaka

Upaka

October 22, 2011
referencing Reflections, 2xLP, Album, elec :: 5 lp
This record has a deceptively light touch to it. The rhythms are understated, the melodies simple and delicate. Sequences that don’t really go anywhere just hang there, slowly strobing like a pulsar. No dancefloor hits or samples from popular films, just some dreamy atmospherics. It’s also one of those rare albums that take a little while to really sink in, but it’s worth taking the time. Immaculate production throughout, and obviously a labor of love, there aren’t too many like this around.
scoundrel

scoundrel

February 26, 2004
referencing Reflections, CD, Album, elec :: 5 cd

Mellow and futuristic, Kirk Degeorgio's first album under his As One moniker demonstrates his great promise. Although <i>Reflections</i> doesn't show the complexity that would mark his later work, it succeeds in conjuring vast landscapes -- "Moon Over the Moab" is particularly beautiful. His Detroit influences are on full display here -- "Shambala" makes this readily evident -- but here Kirk hasn't yet forged his own sound.