Chronotope Project | Solar Winds

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Solar Winds

by Chronotope Project

Sensuous ambient music to calm the body-mind and gladden the spirit.
Genre: New Age: Space
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1. Solar Winds
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2. Raga of the Earth
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3. Sirens
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4. Redshift
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5. Clear Bell Ringing in Empty Sky
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jeffrey Ericson Allen is a composer, cellist and electronic music recording artist. He has an eclectic background in classical, new acoustic and theatrical music production. His electronic/acoustic release Vanish into Blue has been featured on the nationally-syndicated radio program Music from the Hearts of Space. Chronotope Project represents his most recent expression as a creator of contemporary space music.

"Chronotope" refers to the essential identity of space and time, a concept with numerous expressions in spiritual literature, physics and the arts. The music of Chronotope Project invites the listener to commune with this unified field of being. It weaves a sonic tapestry that relaxes the body, soothes the mind and gladdens the spirit.


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A new depth of artistry, what ambient music can really be!
I tumbled on "Chronotope Project" aka 'Jeffrey Ericson Allen' a mere few days ago. After a cursory listen to MP3 samples, I was astounded at the depth of the artistry rendered in electronic sound. This was introspective, brain-food of the first-quality. A testament to what ambient music can really be! Beautiful, lanquid, and serene compositions crafted with a great attention to the most delicate detail. After a brief trip to the artist's webpage, I had a better understanding about his approach to ambient music, and his previos life in general. "Solar Winds" reminds me of a science fiction story I read many years ago, in 'Boy's Life' magazine about a space regatta. Where a spacecraft's sails are silently propelled by solar winds from the sun toward the asteroid belt. You get a sense of awesome mystery listening to some of these selections. This CD is a must-listen for all deep space voyagers who dig the likes of: Jonn Serrie, Telomere, Dave Luxton, Meg Bowles, and John Lyell. I've already integrated 'Chronotope Project' into my ambient playlist, and you should too. Highly Recommended.