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4.91 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 67% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. September Song (2:05)
2. Season's Greet (3:55)
3. Niall (5:08)
4. Young Crescent (5:52)
5. Yondo (5:20)
6. Future Sounds (3:10)

Total Time 25:30

Line-up / Musicians

- RICHARD WILEMAN / acoustic, electric, classical, prepared
and bass guitars, keyboards, accordion, rastrophone,
clock, bouzouki, glockenspiel, percussion
- ILEESHA WILEMAN / vocals (2)
- AMY FRY / clarinet (2, 5)
- PAUL SEARS / drums (3)

Releases information

November 21, 2015
Format: CD, Digital

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KARDA ESTRA Future Sounds ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(67%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (33%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by kev rowland
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
5 stars This was the second EP released by Richard Wileman in 2015, following on from 'The Sea and the Stars'. Ileesha features with her wonderful haunting vocals on one number, clarinetist Amy Fry appears on two and drummer Paul Sears on another, but for the most part this six song album is just Richard and whatever instrument he believes is right for the moment. I have long said that Richard is one of our greatest modern classical composers, with more than a hint of film music about what he does, and this is even more cinematic than normal. There is an incredible amount of space within the music, and a haunting ethereal edge that reminds me a lot of some of Roger Eno's work. It is deeply compelling, and is a world where the dominant instrument is a slightly phased poignant electric guitar that is both beautiful and disturbing at the same time. As always with Karda Estra, this is music that really does benefit from being played on headphones: it is important to pay full attention to what is being played, as only then will the listener fully understand the complex yet simplistic world.

I can imagine being lost in space, wondering at the majesty of the stars, with this being played as the backdrop, Cinematic, enthralling, beguiling, beautiful Karda Estra.

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