Janet Robbins | Carrying the Bag of Hearts Interpreting the Birth of Stars, Vol. III

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Carrying the Bag of Hearts Interpreting the Birth of Stars, Vol. III

by Janet Robbins

Lunar soundscapes of deep stratospheric symphony; lush, raw, musical compositions to take you beyond apocalypse to beautiful primal beginnings.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Nibiru's Crossing
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2. Ascension
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3. Walking the Milky Way
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4. The Train to Rhinecliff
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This is a volume series of three song instrumental and vocal CDs to be released every few months. The first compilation is a space/ambient/soundscape musing. Lunar soundscapes of deep stratospheric symphony; lush, raw, musical compositions, take you beyond apocalypse to beautiful primal beginnings. A little bit lo-fi sci-fi, this musical encounter with reverie, dissolution, noise and symphony sounds something like Erik Satie and Brian Eno scoring film for Ridley Scott in a Siberian mine.


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Jennifer Gehl

Sound Artistry
What I love about Janet’s music is its transcendental effect on the listener. It is visual sound, the artist’s expression through music. In stark contrast to the earthy “tell it like it is” style of country roots from which she came, her music transports us to the worlds beyond and to our own voice within. Each time I listen, I imagine myself floating in space where time ceases to limit the human perspective and where all possibilities exist. As a listener, I am drawn into a world of magic and mysticism. As a musician, I am awed by her artistry and soulful expression.