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AMBIENT EARTH

Scott Mosher

 

Progressive Electronic

2.74 | 5 ratings

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rushfan4
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2 stars Ambient Earth is Scott Mosher's debut CD which I downloaded for free from his website along with three other of his solo albums. It is this album that probably most explains his inclusion in the Progressive Electronic category as his future albums head into a more progressive metal direction. This album consists of ambient soundscapes with numerous repetitive themes. The guitar work on this album is decent. The keyboard playing is decent at times, but I did find it to be repetitive and kind of samesy throughout. Take this for what it is worth as I am not a fan of ambient soundscapes. They generally bore me. I believe that this album is most likely to appeal to fans of Prog that borders on New Age such as some Tangerine Dream, solo Rick Wakeman, and some Mike Oldfield. It is not terrible by no means, it just isn't music that I find to be all that exciting to listen to. On the Prog Archives rating system I give it 2 stars as being music that is for fans of this type of progressive new age sound. I don't feel that it will have much appeal outside of this group of fans or except for those type of occasions that call for that progressive new age sound.
rushfan4 | 2/5 |

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