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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Opening - Waiting... (1:36)
2. Silent Halls: (Part One & Part Two) (9:28)
3. The Eye Of All Ways (6:11)
4. Winds Of Cirrus X (3:20)
5. Callaris (4:01)
6. Clay Trees (3:41)
7. Chinese Whispers (11:13)
8. Winds Of Cirrus VII (2:15)
9. Ovriah II (5:20)
10. Passing Within Realtime (10:40)

Total Time: 57:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Marc Carlton / performer, composer, producer

Releases information

Artwork: Neil McMillan

CDr self-released ‎ (1998, UK)

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