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Anasazi
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Anasazi
Genre: New Age
 
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"Space Music...from the Dawn of the Second Millennium" Released in December 1993, this album contains two half-hour impressionistic "suites" of music with a Southwestern flavor. The "Anasazi" suite prominently features sa...  more »

      
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All Artists: Geodesium
Title: Anasazi
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Loch Ness Productions
Original Release Date: 11/11/1993
Release Date: 11/11/1993
Genre: New Age
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 765508000524

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"Space Music...from the Dawn of the Second Millennium" Released in December 1993, this album contains two half-hour impressionistic "suites" of music with a Southwestern flavor. The "Anasazi" suite prominently features sampled sounds of flutes, drums and voices in addition to the synthesizers. The "Aztec" suite intermingles guitars and pan flutes with wind chimes, percussion, voices and harp. The music should appeal to those who enjoy 'world music' and even 'Native' music, in addition to the electronic-instrumental music and New Age devotee. This album has also been featured on the radio shows "Musical Starstreams", "Echoes", and on many public and college stations around the world.
 

CD Reviews

A Quality Tribute To My Ancestors
Nightmoves | California - USA | 09/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This musical tribute brings the ancients to life. Earth and the Heavens are joined as one via this musical junction. The serious listener will materialize in a world of sights, sounds and smells that once occupied this virgin soil. Don't pass this one up! I WILL PURCHASE YOUR COPY IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED!"
Diffrent space music but still very enjoyable!
Kristian Persson | Helsingborg, Sweden | 01/14/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is the fifth Geodesium album, however instead of being written with a 'deep space' feel, this was written to celebrate the vast and ancient quality that our own little world has to offer, whilst still connecting the ancient civilizations with the stars and their inhabitants. There is a strong ancient civilization feel to both the music, the song titles and the cover artwork. The CD is divided into 2 suites, the Anasazi and the Aztec. The writing is consistently very strong and fresh sounding. This is not just another space album. There is a sense of vision that I found quite compelling, making me want more. Overall an enjoyable and different synth album."