Gil Trythall ‎– Luxikon II / Echospace

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Pandora Music ‎– Pandora 801
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Vinyl, LP
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A Luxikon II 14:39
B Echospace 12:34

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Expansive09

Expansive09

December 26, 2017
edited 7 months ago
Brilliant analog electronica with hints of Jean Michel Jarre's early works, Terry Reilly(minimalism), Wendy Carlos(I detect a bit of classical influence hence the comparison) and Roger Powells "Cosmic Furnace"(circa 1972 when he was a rep for ARP) era music.. This is fully composed long form synthesizer music well conceived, major and minor chords fusing together on the aural carpet ride. Beautiful timbre's esp some of the bass growls on the first track. Lots of swirling rhythmic arpeggio's(I surmise there modular gear on this here recording!) to make any fan of kosmiche 70s electronica froth at the mouth.
Again why is this NOT on a proper cd re-release? Yes its short but he music by all means stands on its own merit.
Brilliant music always seems to take a backseat in the 45hp VW Bug until enough enthusiast discover its value and this one
is definitely a must have for analog synth music aficionado's!