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Sean Trane
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2 stars My first contact (loooooong ago) with multi-instrumentalist Deuter's works was with this album, which was released on the legendary Munich-based Kuckuck label. A far cry from Deuter's early experimental works (he had stopped after two albums before starting again four years later after a religious revival and finding his guru Baghwan Rajneesh - the man with the 72 Rolls Royce in his exile in Idaho, US nowadays), we are close to new age music, and most certainly in ambient music. Deuter always a mystical inspiration and his eastern influences came from his travels to the mid-east. But with this album, we are nearing much more the far east

In itself, not a bad album if you like this sort of new age stuff (Deuter is regarded as one of the originator of the style), but to me, this kind of album ricochets over the shell of my indifference. Rather useless unless falling into mystical crisis, but by no means a bad album, either. His future releases will be in the same spirit as this one, and if you must choose one of those new age albums, might as well make the one that started it all, this one.

Sean Trane | 2/5 |


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