revideolized | Sounds From The Canyon

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Sounds From The Canyon

by revideolized

New-Age, Ambient & Darkwave
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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1. Seeing-In Revideolized
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2. Grand Illusion Revideolized
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3. Follow Me Revideolized
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4. Sacred Ground Revideolized
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5. Escaping Reality Revideolized
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'Sounds From The Canyon' is a powerful & hypnotic journey, and was recorded live on location in a canyon to capture the mood of nature in that certain place.

A group of people sat quietly in a candlelite room and listened to 'Sounds From The Canyon'. Each person had a pen & paper to write their feelings down for each track. Here is some of the feelings that were written...

01. Seeing-In
-Feels like I am seeing-in.
-Creepy.
-Feels like I am in a coal mine.
-I love the transition into the piano.
-Recoil.
-I feel like floating.
-Mind blowing.
-Unreal.
-Very captivating!
-Very relaxing.
-Smooth.

02. Grand Illusion
-Sun after rain; redemption; the dawn of a new day.
-At peace with one's self.
-It gives me a sense of being lifted up and then having to look down on the world.
-Epic.
-Romantic.
-Walking through the mist, searching still.
-Kinda sounds like Dead Can Dance.

03. Follow Me
-Love the piano.
-This is sad.
-I am following you to another world, and the huge transition at the end is when we are finally there.
-It gave me the chills.
-I see a man staring at me, why? I walk towards him, he starts dancing with me, he's here but gone.
-Where do we end & where do we begin?

04. Sacred Ground
-I'm speechless!
-Heaven meets Hell.
-I am sitting in a cathedral hallway.
-Everything's gonna be okay...(or is it?); Haunting; Uncertainty all around.
-Voices in my head that won't go away.
-I feel like I'm walking on water.
-Trippy!
-These sounds are so powerful.

05. Escaping Reality
-Very abstract.
-I love how these sounds sneek up on you!
-Out of body, "the big picture".
-Haunting & dark.
-Ufo.
-I feel like I can play with the stars.
-I feel invincible & weightless.
-Trippy!
-Control in every sense; nothing's what it seems to be...look closer & you'll see!

'Sounds From The Canyon' is the fourth full length album from The Rose Phantom's revideolized project.

For more info please visit: http://therosephantom.com/


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Sean

Absolutely incredible
Purchase this CD. if you like music. you won't regret it.

Bryer Wharton

Slug Mag. review
revideolized
Sounds From The Canyon
revideolized
Self-Released
Street: 12.22.08
revideolized = Mountains + Night + Nature
Sounds From The Canyon is revideolized’s (a one man project) forth album and one highly enlightening concept. The album was recorded in "The Canyon," also known as Butterfield Canyon. The music, at first glance, could be described as easy listening, but it morphs from that genre’s simple, sterilized, happy, soothing sounds to a darker atmosphere, heightening senses, with ambient and haunting excursions. The electronic synths mixed with beats and brilliant piano melodies are highly organic, far from a mechanical sound one would expect from music played out on an electronic piece of equipment. Sounds from the Canyon feels like a soundtrack beginning at dusk and ending in the deep calm of the extremely early morning, capturing the spirit of nature at night. We can’t all spend every night in the mountains, so this record encapsulates that feeling and allows you to go to that place whenever and wherever you want. - Bryer Wharton

Paul Genesse

Sounds From The Canyon
Track one “Seeing-In,” gets your attention, jars you out of a boring life and makes you wake up and consider the implications of the sound.

Track two, “Grand Illusion,” beautiful and scary with a haunting melody that gets in your head and backing music that makes you wonder if the ghosts are there to kill you. The piano-like sounds are slightly reminiscent of some of Yanni’s music and toward the end of the song they start to lift you up and show the grandeur of the piece.

Track three, “Follow Me,” atmospheric and sweeping with a slightly melancholy vibe throughout. Later in the song a beautiful piano melody brings a sense of longing and loss—or perhaps a hope of something to come.

Track four, “Sacred Ground,” I really like the beginning of the song, very meditative and beautiful. My wife really liked this song, so did I. It’s understated and it has a lot of variation through-out as far as tempo and melody. It’s one of the best songs on the album, and has more of a traditional “New Age” feel to it. Very well done. I loved it, though the ending was a little scary for my wife.

Track five, “Escaping Reality,” the aliens have definitely come back and landed in the woods. Scary and disturbing sounds are all around. They spy on a young couple enjoying a campfire in the darkness. The young couple sees the light above them in the sky, and wonders what it is as fear grips their hearts. The aliens land in the woods nearby and come to the young couple’s camp. The people are afraid as they are surrounded and then taken back to the alien ship and taken away from reality—into another world—another dimension, very far away—never to be seen again.