In-Existence ‎– Moonwater

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Apollo ‎– 3923 CD
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1 A Mood 7:05
2 Space Indian 6:54
3 Klewang
Bass [Fretless] [Uncredited], Synthesizer [Uncredited], Co-producer [Uncredited], Written-By [Uncredited] – Stefan Wulffraat
3:19
4 Eternal Lover 15:18
5 In Search Of True Love 9:38
6 Moonwater 12:57
7 Km³ 8:23
8 Sequence 1:41

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Credits

  • Voice [Uncredited], Flute [Uncredited], Synthesizer [Uncredited], Piano [Uncredited], Tape [Uncredited], Drum Programming [Uncredited], Programmed By [Uncredited]Maarten van der Vleuten
  • Written-By, ProducerMaarten VD Vleuten*

Notes

All tracks written and produced for Apollo/R&S Records.
Track 3 recorded in 1987. The others in 1992.

Made in Austria.

Due to copyright matters Stefan Wulffraat was never credited on the album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DADC AUSTRIA 3923-CD 14 A1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMB 3923 LP In-Existence Moonwater(2xLP) Apollo AMB 3923 LP Belgium 1993 Sell This Version

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vlad_constu

vlad_constu

January 9, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

only the finest ~ klewang sounds like it was made for a tarantino movie
TIM

TIM

November 4, 2014

After some 21 years since hearing Eternal Lover on a compilation I finally got around to getting this on cd. For some time this cd was in the $40 range and I kept putting it on the back burner to buy. Well in the last 7 years Maarten has become a good virtual friend and have picked up a lot of his music in his various names for the past again, 7-8 years. Apollo has been a favorite label of mine for over 20 years. This completes my collection of Apollo items I'm proud to say.

So that's the backdrop. Now the album (and this isn't biased as I always am honest and sometimes too honest. Mood starts out the cd and sets what the title is. It's a nice chill out track. Maarten shows great production on this album. The flanging part is the only part that gets a little tiring. The melodies and rhythms are very nice and especially like the old skool light sonar hits off main tempo giving the song depth and futuristic vibe. A nice opening number. Space Indian is definitely that early 90s psychedelic sounds. Odd Indian vocal chant sample looped into the mix. Not surprisingly Maarten works it into a dreamy chill out gem. Klewang is bridge track that throws off your equilibrium with its odd sounds. Doesn't feel out of place on the album considering Eternal Lovers beginning which starts out odd. It then becomes very meditative and eastern sounding. Water drums and pianos pings echoed out building the anticipation. Some of it sounds a little dated in that Orb feeling. But brings back nice memories from 1993. In search of true love has me very excited. This track is terrific and even belongs in a house set. Very Dj Sprinkles like. "People want paradise. They will have it". Track builds with beautiful piano add libs. Shuffling beat starts and away the track goes. For another 6 minutes of pianos and synths over this drummy house vibe complete with occasional diva sample. This track is the business. Wonderful. Do you know 'Raw through a straw" by terre thamelitz?! Here is something's similar. Excellent. Wow I'm glad I found this one. Title track is the most straight forward track on the album. Even includes a slight breakbeat / electro beat. Epic sounding and chill out balanced well. Km3 ends the album nicely. If you like 1993/1994 rising high, the orb, electronic eye type sounds then this should be right up your alley. A solid chill out album for yesteryear.
MrZyc

MrZyc

September 26, 2014

beautiful production.
one of my favorites.