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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Concealing Brightness (6:34)
2. I'll be seeing you (6:35)
3. Seven Bells (4:11)
4. Water Drops (3:35)
5. Lost Shore (8:07)
6. Those I left behind (8:41)
7. Dawn in the snow (5:29)
8. Isfahan (9:36)
9. Indian mood on Thethys (4:34)
10. Caves (7:51)

Line-up / Musicians

- Yves Potin / All instruments, electronics and effects

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars JAZZCOMPUTER.ORG is the artist moniker used by French composer and multi-instrumentalist Yves Potin. Since 2006 he has issued a steady stream of full length records where his aim is to produce material incorporating details from progressive rock and jazz with the floating dynamics of ambient instrumental music. "The Best of" compilation is his own selected favorites from earlier releases.

Ambient music appears to be the main focus of Yves Potin's creations while using the moniker, and he is good at assembling textures and motifs into pleasant instrumental excursions of a dark, dream-laden variety, occasionally flavored with Asian inspired or jazz oriented themes, but always with a firm foundation in musical journeys of a more tranquil nature. I'd suspect that those who enjoy artists like Vangelis and Kitaro would be a key audience for this production, and possibly with fans of the former more so than followers of the latter.

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3 stars I gather that by reviewing this album, I have now reviewed albums in all the twenty-two ProgArchives sub categories. Not that it is a goal in itself. It just proves how diverse music ProgArchives exposes me and the rest of you to. So please go on an mind expansion through ProgArchives. So here I ... (read more)

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