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Desert Solitaire


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CD  $15.00 
ON SALE, $12.00 
Cassette $20.00
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Desert Solitaire
Steve Roach, Michael Stearns, Kevin Braheny
1989 Fortuna 17070 (CD, Cassette)
Reviewed by CD Review, Muze

The follow-up to WESTERN SPACES, this time with Michael Stearns. The intensity of the desert's elemental power and allure are brought into focus on this collection of evocative sound paintings. Intense heat and thunder storms, craggy desert mountains, vast labyrinth-like canyons are at the center of this remarkable portrait of the American Southwest, one that the late writer Ed Abby wrote about so potently in the book Desert Solitaire from which the title was borrowed.
 
1. FlatlandsMP34:50 
2. Labyrinth 6:56 
3. SpecterMP39:31 
4. The Canyon's EmbraceRealAudio3:35 
5. Cloud of Promise 6:38 
6. Knowledge & Dust 3:23 
7. Shiprock 4:00 
8. Highnoon 10:30 
9. Empty Time 5:51 
10. From the Heart of Darkness 3:50 
11. Desert SolitaireMP36:06 


Western Spaces

Cassette $15.00
CD  $15.00 
ON SALE, $12.00 
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Western Spaces
Steve Roach, Thom Brennan, Kevin Braheny
1987 Fortuna 17051 (Cassette, CD)
Reviewed by Muze, Q Magazine

This recording conjures up the desert vistas and the vast stark beauty of the American southwest through a collection of pieces that play like a soundtrack to a road trip through the Mojave Desert, Death Valley and Joshua Tree, California. All of these locales were the inspiration for the musicians during the creation of the music. Another important step into the western electronic sound forged by Steve over the past dozen years. "Easily among the finest electronic albums of the last decade." -- 5 stars -- ("Q" magazine UK Feb. '91)
 
1. The Breathing StoneRealAudioMP36:47 
2. Desert WalkaboutMP37:03 
3. New Moon at Forbidden MesaMP35:10 
4. Desert PrayerMP312:33 
5. In the Heat of VenusMP322:33 
6. The Slow TurningRealAudioMP37:15 
7. Western SpacesMP36:08 

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