Steve Roach ‎– The Dream Circle

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Timeroom Editions ‎– Timeroom Editions 3
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1 The Dream Circle 74:00

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Created at the Timeroom, Tucson Arizona.
Created for continuous playback.

The Dream Circle was originally released as Limited Edition 2500 copies signed and numbered in 1994.

Licensed from Soundquest.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LTD 1 Steve Roach The Dream Circle(CD, Album, Ltd, Num) Soundquest Recordings LTD 1 US 1994 Sell This Version
none Steve Roach The Dream Circle(File, FLAC, Album) Timeroom Editions none US Unknown

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ukiro

ukiro

August 9, 2008

Like elvish waves slowly moving through dawn fog, Dream Circle is a mesmerising, majestic and infinitely graceful unravelling of a new day, an almost ritualistic yet so very noble and dignified greeting to the returning light.

The calm and serenity brought by the morning light slowly rising from beneath the horizon, filtering through the hills and trees and houses like fingers slowly run through hair, and the transformation of the mind state that it brings as the shadows and contours are shifting, is something I think no man could ever be indifferent to. This record brings out the exact same feelings in me, and has been played nearly every weekend morning for a long time now. For me the purpose of music is to lead my mind into places it cannot always go on its own, and Dream Circle achieves this better than pretty much everything else.

If it were possible, I'd rate this so that it has a perpetual one point lead over every other record I own. Despite its length, it could very well be that eventually I will have listened to this more times than any other piece of music in the entire world.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

June 16, 2003
A cd that is very fractal in its nature. One section is representative of the overall work.
It's wallpaper music that you don't have to actively participate in when you have it on, put it on, sit down and breathe to, do your mundane things, take a nap, focus, etc.
music you use more than music you listen to.