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East End

by Mr.Jason

Refreshing and innovative ambient and synthesizer music created in oriental spirit. Tracks are melodic, but made in experimental and new age spirit. Music is related to South East Asian countries such as Japan and China.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Amaterasu
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8:43 $0.99
2. Ohayo Gozaimasu
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0:57 $0.99
3. As We Remembered
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6:02 $0.99
4. End Of Time
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4:48 $0.99
5. Sakura Blossom
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4:24 $0.99
6. Times Of Confusion
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7:09 $0.99
7. Chance Of Rain
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3:19 $0.99
8. Tempest
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3:36 $0.99
9. Beautiful Asahi
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2:50 $0.99
10. Valley Of Joy
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4:03 $0.99
11. Milan Express
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2:14 $0.99
12. Instant Miso
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3:51 $0.99
13. Like a Flutterby
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14. East End
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Album Notes
After the album of wide and infinite ambient landscapes 'Me And Mike' (1999) Mr Jason released 'East End' (2001), which introduces some interesting, new elements in his music. It is rhythmically more inspiring, the trend still taken further on 'Frogman's World' (2002). Also the way themes are presented and developed has been refined further, a concentrated listener will be rewarded by musical structures and solutions, the album seems to sound better and better every time.

The earlier nice elements are still present; the moods and atmospheres evoked vary from fragile beauty to perplexing anguish and from hidden joy to open melancholy. For a vivid imagination they offer an endless material for ambient images and sceneries to arise.

As 'Me And Mike' also this album reflects the Oriental world, Japanese to be more exact. It has been devoted to the composer's Japanese ex-wife. Many of the track names are Japanese: Amaterasu is 'the goddess of the sun', Asahi is 'sunrise' and Ohayo Gozaimasu is 'good morning'.

The production has again been careful, not a self-evident characteristic on every album of ambient music. Sounds are highly elaborated and free of tiring gimmicks, mixing and balance have been carefully considered making the album an enjoyable experience.


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Deep ambient music in style of Brian Eno!
I can't say how much I love this CD. Its really superb, nice chillout ambient. Makes you relaxed. Especially the great Sakura. The composer can visualize his music so well. Sounds in this album are really nice and deep - what a wonderful synth sounds. I love this! An album you never forget!

Victus Aeternus

This composer knows what he's doing ...
This album is excellent when you're driving with your car on a long straight road to a vacation as destination, or when you just wanna lay down in your couch and rest a little bit to forget all your problems.

Pay extra attention to 'as we remembered' and 'chance of rain' as they have a nice ambient sound that adds just that little affect to your emotion to make you so calm and peacefull that even an old professional Monk would be envious.

The way he introduces his songs and slowly but surely moves on to a definite measure, proofs that the composer knows what he is doing with all his synthesizers and extra flavours of ambient sounds.

One thing is for certain: this album ain't a waste of money!
A great applause for Mr.Jason and may he continue his great work in the future ...

Synthwerk U.s.a.

Thought provoking, luscious, dreamy Electronica!!!
Wow! We loved this album! I might also point out that
this album was very properly produced. It didn't act as
some over driven gain stage for our amplifiers in the

My personal favorite song was "Tempast".......
goose bump city!!

My only complaint is that this song could be longer!
I would LOVE to hear about a 10 minute rendition of
this song, bringing in percussion elements of Thailand,
and Malaysia...then final resolution back to Tokyo.

OOOOOhhhhh.....problem is...could anyone handle that
much power on one album?....I get chills thinking about


Glenn Garrison / for SYNTHWERK U.S.A.