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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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Berkdrums

Get ready for a deep space-travel!! And afterwards: buy this top notch space-amb
Chronotope Project, a.k.a. Jeffrey Ericson Allen released two magnificant albums in 2012: 'Chrysalis' and 'Solar Winds'. The latter being somewhat more spacy than it's predecessor. Impossible for me to choose between them if I had to... Luckily I don't have to because I own every album Jeffrey has released so far. If you look at the stunning artwork, put headphones on and press play, our spacetravel starts right away! Oh yess!, immediately we find ourselves floating in a spacecraft on the first, which is also the titletrack, "Solar Winds" and we're so far up in space that the earth is already like a beautiful little ball far beneath us.... These space-synth sounds, swells, shimmering waves, effected guitarsounds are so well-executed, this is space-ambient in it's purest, best form!!! In the end of the track we even get some light percussion-loops, combined with stunning effected guitar-, or synth-swells, as if a narrowly passing planet almost grazed us! Luckely we stay in floating-mode on "Raga Of The Earth", the second track. It feels as if we got through a little rough start with rocks and stuff floating around our spacecraft on the first track and now we quietly set course for new starsystems... Again it's a stunning track with spacy synth-swells and dark flute-like patterns on top...Just close your eyes and let go.. On "Sirens" we get almost angelical sounds combined with tinkling patterns, carefully orchestrated and if this track doesn't relate to the imagination of floating through space then I must be losing my mind... Either way, it's so breathtaking! "Redshift" is up next, still very, very spacy but combined here with a chordprogression in the melody and light percussion that reminds me a little of Darshan Ambient's more spacy tracks... It's the longest track of the album and it evolves really, really slowly, which I love! (watch out while driving a car with this one... no speedlimit with this track!). "Clear Bell Ringing In Empty Sky" is the last track on this incredible space-journey... It's not like we're getting back home to mother earth, but travel even further through quiet spaces with only the sound of twinkling, tinkling, shimmering little stars... It's almost like you can touch them (please listen to this album on a big stereo-set or some nice headphones!!)... Accompanied again by lovely soft synth-drones and effected guitarsounds, this is a stunning closing track, also the ending is breathtaking and even brings tears to my eyes. It's like we've reached 'the light' somewhere in space.. (or in our hearts?).. It makes me want to stay in this place for a while... I think I'll press play again, for a second ride in our spacecraft... Ambient-lovers, spacemusic-fans, fans of Jonn Serrie, Dave Luxton, Clive Wright, Phillip Wilkerson, Max Corbacho, Thom Brennan, Robert Scott Thompson, Telomere, Robert Rich and of course Steve Roach: buy this one, you' ll be happy you read this...!!

eTripper

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.