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    Steve Kindler*Automatic Writing

    Label:Global Pacific Records – GP303
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Jazz
    Style:New Age, Abstract, Fusion

    Tracklist

    A1Invocation4:28
    A2Back Country8:50
    A3Something From The Heart2:01
    A4For You...7:08
    B1Dawn In Varanasi3:28
    B2Sometime Ago2:10
    B3Automatic Writing10:35
    B4Song Of The Seabird
    Acoustic GuitarTeja Bell
    5:20
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    Recorded and mixed at Samurai Recording Studio, San Anselmo, CA.
    Pressed at KM Records, Burbank, CA.
    ©1985 Kiran Publishing Co. ASCAP
    ©℗1985 Global Pacific Distributors

    Other Versions (4)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Automatic Writing (CD)Global Pacific Records, Global Pacific Records28DP 5260, GP303Japan1985
    New Submission
    Automatic Writing (Cassette, Album)Global Pacific RecordsGP303US1985
    New Submission
    Automatic Writing (CD, Album, Stereo)CBS/Sony, Global Pacific Records28DP-5260Japan1985
    New Submission
    Automatic Writing (CD, Album, Promo, Stereo)CBS/Sony, Global Pacific Records28DP-5260Japan1985

    Reviews

    Expansive09's avatar
    Expansive09
    Edited 10 months ago
    Best album Steve made aside from Dolphin Smiles with Teja Bell. I don't know how to describe this as it really isn't jazz or new age but a amalgam of the two styles. The music is on the romantic side meaning he draws from Debussy but theres nothing classical about the music its just the beautiful haunting melodies that Kindlers electric violin and synthesizer ensemble conjure up. This is thought evoking music and really hits you on an emotional level. Its of its time i.e. mid 80s and there within contains the classic drum machines warm Jupiter synths along with guests percussionist which make the album really diverse and active. Its no where near the boundaries of jazz fusion but IS a sort of fusion of moods and styles. From Invocation to Song of the Seabird Kindler takes you the listener on a deeply eloquent and reflective sound voyage designed to reflect and immerse you in the beautiful language of sound. Too bad this release wasn't available on cd here in the US go figure you would have thought such a gem would have been re-released by US based Global Pacific like early Bob Kindlers releases (Steve's brother!).