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Remember Me?

by Dreamhenge

A seven year collection of Vocal Electronic collaborations with Canada's Wendy Grondzil, John Freytt and OX3 in the U.S., as well as the Latin rock sounds of Angie's Spiral; forming a torrent of emotive music spanning multiple streams of consciousness.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Remember Me Stonehenge
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2. Speaker for the Dead Stonehenge
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3. Blizzard Stonehenge
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4. Iceman Stonehenge
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5. Prima Vox Stonehenge
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6. Euphoria Stonehenge
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7. Wedding Blessing Stonehenge
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8. Face of God Stonehenge
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9. Forever You Stonehenge
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10. Redemption Stonehenge
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11. Dream Voices Stonehenge
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Album Notes
In September 2001 life and the living of it grew more urgent for many of us. We found renewed value in every moment as a chance for self-expression. Suddenly it seemed obvious it could all end a heartbeat or two short of our dreams and aspirations. This urgency may have been what drew Richard Montefiore back to writing and performing music after a 10 year hiatus. The track "Blizzard" is the musical soundtrack of this re-emergence; one of Mr. Montefiore's earliest experiments with ACID Loops. Through the intervening years, 2001 to 2007, Mr. Montefiore continued to experiment; both musically and in lyrical collaboration with a number of different artists in a variety of styles. One style which emerged was "Vocal Electronica", an inter-twining of first person, in-the-moment lyrics and dramatic, rhythmic Electronica. This imagery was itself often inspired by the emotive soundscapes and introspective Electronic music being created by Wendy Gronzdil,heavily inspired by Deep Forest and Enigma, Downtempo and Trance artists Gesaba and Bob Vickery, as well as the Spoken word beds and pristine sounds of Steve Hewitt of OX3 and John Fryett.


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Joseph C. Raneri

Acid Planet Review - Tue, December 21, 2004 10:26:19 PM
"This is the most uplifting music that I have ever heard. You have the most God give talent that I have ever listened too. Don't stop."