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THE SEVEN SPHERES

Alpha III

 

Symphonic Prog

3.44 | 7 ratings

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von bathel
4 stars Conceptually the work is not evangelical or with religious foundations. But it was inspired by Occult and Esoteric books such as Urantya and books such as the Testament of John and The Rebellion of Lucifer by J.J.Benitez. The dense and hidden history of our Planet and Civilization, hidden and strange, perhaps a mixture of extraterrestrial beings, angels and demons. In the musical part, a large number of Yamaha Synthesizers were used, which Amyr had access to at the time, as he was a representative of Yamaha Corporations Keyborads in Brazil. DSR 1000, DSR 2000, CS-30 L Mono Synthesizer, CS-60, V-50, SY-77, Drum Machine RX-5 in first line were used. Recorded in 1/2 track on Roll recorders with speed 15 RPM ,Ampex/Fostex/Teac. Yamaha 24-channel analog table with analog mixing. The cover art was made by journalist Joaquim Daldin Miguel (Jornal Correio Popular/Campinas S.P.) Sound Engineer Gérson and Moisés Leite. Recorded at the Pan American Juratel Estudios. Only 1,100 LPS were made.
von bathel | 4/5 |

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