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Warp Date

by Dreamwind

Electronic journey through the Solar System
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Escape Velocity
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2. Orb in Space
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3. Red Nebula
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4. Journey to Titan
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5. Cloud Fields
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6. Space Echoes
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7. Stellar Landing
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8. Astral Exploration
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9. Galactic Joyride
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10. Departure
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11. Warp Date
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Album Notes
Warp Date takes you on a electronic musical journey from Earth through our Solar System to the Saturn moon of Titan and back. The front cover is a Hubble picture of a far off galaxy. Maybe in the future, our children's children might travel there.

From interview with Birmingham (AL) News 10/05/2004:

Which genre would your music fit into - Electronic Space Music

Band members and instruments they play?
Rick Bales - keyboards Andy Douglas - keyboards Ray Gantt - bass

Names of CD(s) released?
"Nightlight" and "Warp Date"

Who writes the music for the band? All three of the band members create the music for the band. The band plays improvisational jams. We record each of these sessions.
Currently we have over 166 CDs of digitally recorded jams during the past four years. We then take the best of the tracks, edit and correct mistakes on the tracks, overdub them with other tracks and then mix sound levels to
get the sound we like. Finally, we master the tracks to produce a final CD ready for duplication.

How do you think people are able to relate to your music?
Most people who have heard our CDs think the music is relaxing. Some people have told us that they like to listen to the CD as background music when they are working on their computer. Others have told us that they like
to listen to our CD when they drive on long trips.

How do you think your music is unique?
Our music is different because if it created totally by inspiration and impressions. Since we play an improvisational ambient electronica style of music, we feel that our music is quite unique for the Birmingham Alabama area. Our music ranges from soft ambient, New Age style music to hard driving sequenced electronica that comes close to techno without crossing the line. By using up to nine keyboards at a time, Andy and Rick musically feed off each other during a session, creating some amazing melodies and soundscapes. On top of that, Ray's bass guitar lines add a unique lower end and structure to the songs.

What do you hope to accomplish through your music?
We hope to promote electronic music here in Birmingham Alabama. We feel that we are creating electronic art and want to share this with our fans.

Tell me about your fans. Who do they tend to be?
Our fans are usually individuals who like electronic and eclectic styles of music. We have fans here in Birmingham and from all over the United States, as well as in Europe (Belgium, Norway and Netherlands) and Australia.

If you could play with any band/musician, who would it be?

Andy: Vangelis,
Rick: Hawkwind
Ray: Joni Mitchell

How did you come up with the band's name?
Dreamwind is a combination of Tangerine Dream and Hawkwind.

Our website is: www.broadjam.com/dreamwind.


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Tangerine Dream are back !
This is a very good electronic sequencer music CD. These guys are really good both composing and playing. I have liked this album a lot.


Perfect to unwind with
I used to work at a new age/light jazz radio station so I'm picky about my ambient/space music. THis was just the right mix of relaxing tracks - I was a little concerned by the dot matrix track listing but the music is spot on. If I were still at that station, I'd be adding several tracks to rotation.


Tangerine Dream & Vangelis Move Over...
These 3 Gentlemen Play With Uncomprising Depth To The Field Of Space/Trance Sounds In the Most Distinct & Definite Manner... Smooth Flowing, Precise Structuring & Perfect Execution... Sounds That Come From Hard Work & Attention To Detail, Kinda Like Out Of The Early 'DREAM/VANGELIS' Text... Wonderful Arrangements Meant To Indulge Ones Mind On An Odessey Of Far Reaching Space Exploration... A Disc Of MUST HAVE Proportions... Nicely Done...