Steve Roach | Stormwarning (Live '85-'87-'91

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Stormwarning (Live '85-'87-'91

by Steve Roach

This release presents perhaps the most intense set of live sequencer music you will ever experience. Those who love the high-energy dramatic sequencer era of Steve's work will love this release.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Day One / 5.10.85 / Cal. Poly, Pomona, California / Time 21:35
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2. Day Two / 1.17.87 / Saddleback College, California / Time 30:16
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3. Day Three / 10.2.91 / Paderborn, Germany / Time 21:02
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”Stormwarning takes you to the outer edges of Steve Roach’s music where he engages a driving high-energy sound first explored on albums Empetus, Now and Traveler. In the live performances of Stormwarning, Roach unlocks the synchronous perfection of sequencers, creating elaborate, interlocking patterns that weave into infinite, Escher-like designs, set against Roach’s skyscraping synthesizer fury.” - John Diliberto, Echoes Radio

This release presents perhaps the most intense set of live sequencer music you will ever experience. Using all analog hardware gear (with what amounted to an entire studio setup on stage) the development of the pieces and the power of the sound is unmatched. Those who love the high-energy dramatic sequencer era of Steve's work will love this release. Over 70 minutes total playing time.


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