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    Peter DavisonWinds Of Space

    Label:Higher Octave Music – HOMCD 7001
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Rock
    Style:Space Rock, Ambient

    Tracklist

    1Turn To Dust6:26
    2The Sage4:56
    3Shadow3:07
    4Soft Light3:32
    5Leaves Shimmering5:02
    6Bold Flow6:06
    7Night Vision5:11
    8Winds Of Space2:57
    9Circles Within Circles4:16
    10Lullaby For Tera Rose3:44
    11Lunar Halo4:18
    12Winds Of Space II0:58
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    Bonus Track - 7

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 018317700124

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Recently Edited
    Winds Of Space (LP, Album)Higher Octave MusicHOMLP7001US1986
    New Submission
    Winds Of Space (Cassette, Album)Higher Octave MusicHOMC7001US1986
    New Submission
    Winds Of Space (Cassette, Album)Higher Octave MusicHOMC 7001US1987

    Reviews

    Expansive09's avatar
    Expansive09
    Edited one year ago
    The Sage and Soft Light two ethereal, dreamy analog synth drenched compositions is by far what makes this a standout old school new age/ambient album. There's a definitive nod to Kitaro on the opener track as well as deeper cuts but the music is well composed not of the Teutonic variety and there's a ton of beautiful lush string and vocoder synth on the cd. The music is augmented by flute and sax but in no way is/was he trying to make a electronic jazz album this is still purely cosmic in atmosphere. I would say so far as this being the best composed album of Davison's early catalog. I really think aside from Private Music Higher Octave at least early on released some superb new age/ambient electronic music esp. the William Aura catalog. A shame how the music landscape has really taken a plunge into the abyss and no longer promotes positive/creative music such as this via radio etc. Dig deeper folks theres a lot of great music waiting for your hungry ears!