|2||Dream Scape No. 1||2:24|
|3||Studio (A Day In The Life)||1:22|
|4||Eye Of Buddha||6:32|
|5||The Aurora Shrine||3:47|
|6||Dream Scape No. 2||4:04|
|8||Last Moment (First Breath)||6:19|
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- Keyboards, Drum Programming [Additional, Percussion Programming], Effects [Ambience And Fx's], Voice –
- Keyboards, Drum Programming, Drum Programming [Additional Percussion Programming], Guitar, Voice –
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Published by Falconer/Wintrup Musik Edition Amnesia.
Made in Europe.
Made in Europe.
- Barcode (Text): 4 016217 055104
- Barcode (String): 4016217055104
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 8567
- Matrix / Runout: [digital service line logo] 08-5510 CMV mastered by dcm
Andy Falconer, who was himself briefly a member of The Orb, only released one album, but it hits that same spot as the early Orb did. "Earth Rise" samples a line from John F. Kennedy and puts it into a swirling dub concoction, but the blissful ambiance of the piano-tinged "Dream Scape No. 1" highlights his talents better. The album as a whole seems to float by on a cloud, but occasional tracks burst through the surface, such as the steady bounce of "Voyager," the African touches on "Last Moment (First Breath)," or the Gallic jazz of "Provincial Perspective." It's too bad Falconer's work didn't reach a larger audience.