Oöphoi ‎– Dreams

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Umbra ‎– Umbra 002
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7 × CDr, Mini, Limited Edition
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1-1 First Transmission
Synthesizer, Singing Bowls – Oöphoi
5:49
1-2 Metamorphosis
Synthesizer, Singing Bowls – Oöphoi
7:50
1-3 Dissolution
Synthesizer, Singing Bowls – Oöphoi
8:05
2-1a Meeting The Water Spirits
Synthesizer – Oöphoi
20:00
2-1b Warm Waves
Synthesizer – Oöphoi, Tau Ceti
3-1 The Howling Of Subcyclonical Entities
Synthesizer, Electronics, Voice, Performer [Crystals], Percussion, Percussion [Metal Objects] – Oöphoi
22:33
4-1 A Single, Perfect Sphere Beyond The Curved Horizon
Synthesizer – Klaus WieseSynthesizer, Sampler, Voice, Chimes [Woodchimes], Performer [Stones] – Oöphoi
21:52
5-1 A Flock Of Butterflies Descends Into A Zen Garden
Synthesizer, Singing Bowls – Oöphoi
21:45
6-1 Endless Waiting At The Gates Of Forever
Synthesizer, Electronics, Singing Bowls, Gong, Bells – Oöphoi
22:05
7-1 Whispering Fireflies At The Edge Of The Night
Synthesizer, Electronics, Sampler [Insect Samples] – Oöphoi
22:25

Notes

A set of seven 3-inch CDRs, limited to 75 hand-numbered copies.

Recorded in The Kiva, October 2003.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
umbra 050, 050/2006 Oophoi* Dreams(2xCDr, RE, RM) Umbra, Umbra umbra 050, 050/2006 Italy 2006 Sell This Version

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asphalteden

asphalteden

December 5, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Though the sparse packaging leaves a little to be desired (as is always the case with Oöphoi's self-released CDRs), these seven 3" CDs are some of his best recent drifting drones.

Each is a self-contained mood or theme that develops fully over twenty or so minutes, never wearing out its welcome. The discs also have good flow when played back-to-back.

This set is one of Gasparetti's better new releases, though sometimes one wonders if it is quite necessary to be an Oöphoi completist given the sameness of many of his releases—this set would be a good purchase over his "Time Fragments" volumes 4-6, as an example, which were far less intriguing.