Sky Sulamyth ‎– Full Moon Light

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7th Ray ‎– 7RP-03721
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 Caribou Flight
Harp – Sky Sulamyth
3:49
A2 Thirsty Flowers
Harp – Sky Sulamyth
6:43
A3 In The Forest Angels In Embryo 5:20
A4 Guild F 50 Twilight
Rhythm Guitar – Craig Tomlinson
4:31
B1 Medicine Fire (Hopi Nation) 5:33
B2 Synthesis Vs Trident's Super Sonic Nowhere
Harmony Vocals [Harmony La La La's], Noises [Giggles] – Robin Reno
5:33
B3 Words Of A Young King Music Box
Composed By, Vibraphone [Vibs], Vocals, Drums – Ron Everett (2)
5:36
B4 The Great Invocation
Guitar – Craig TomlinsonVocals – Frank Nigel (2), Susan Kimpan, Vancouver Brass Tacks Choir
2:43

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Credits

  • Artwork [Front And Back Cover Art], Photography By [Back Photo]Robin Reno
  • Composed By, Arranged BySky Sulamyth (tracks: A1 to B2, B4)
  • Mastered ByDarrell Johnson
  • Mixed By, Engineer, Design Concept [Cover Concept], DesignSky*
  • Technician [Technical Assistance]Steffan Bruins
  • Technician [Technical Assistance], ProducerAlan Ames (2)
  • Vocals, Guitar, Effects, Flute [Silver Flute], Brass, Tin Whistle, Percussion, MandolinSky Sulamyth

Notes

Recorded at Home in Vancouver, Canada.
Wilderness Farm in Northern Ontario, Canada.

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Darrell_Johnson

June 29, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
Mastered by Darrell Johnson at the J. V. C. Cutting Lab Hollywood on the last visible total solar eclipse of the 20th century, in North America. (This is the most unusual mastering credit I ever received.) It was a wonderful session. Sky was present with his acoustic guitar, his lady Robin, and producer Alan Ames. We did the setups and test cuttings around six in the evening and then cut the final master at the exact time of the eclipse. UTC 16:55:06 Monday, February 26, 1979 with a duration of 2 min 49 sec. The music was very fitting the experience. I had all the blinds open in the Cutting Center located on the 5th floor of the RCA Building on Sunset Blvd. The huge panoramic windows provided a spectacular view of the city lights of Los Angeles to the South and continuing West along the boulevard to the coastline of Pacific Coast Highway at Santa Monica.