Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Of Earth & Sky
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Excellent!! 6 stars!!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have been on the search for ambient/techno artists for some time and have found some real gems(Delerium, Sounds from the Ground, Orb,). I was in a new/used cd store and was flipping through the dance/techno section when I happened on "Of Earth And Sky" First off I liked the cover, second there was a paragraph on the back cover that described the CD. I figured for 8 bucks, what have I got to lose, right? So I get home and give a listen. The first track "Clear Light" started so smoothly. I was pleasently suprised. My suprise quickly turned into outright bewilderment when "Point Of Passage" came on. I love ths CD. It certainly is one of the tightest albums of 1998. If you like world fusion techno this CD will not disappoint."
Japanese inspired electronica is pleasant surprise
Steven E. Blake | Saint Peters, Missouri USA | 11/03/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This CD "Spirit Level" refers to Mark Adams Allison (who as Phobos also wrote and produced the just as pleasing CD entitled Phobos). "Of Earth And Sky" is the only CD he has done under this moniker. The other two CDs (Dirty Little Funky and Kindred Spirits) by artist "Spirit Level" are found on the Ubiquity label and are from a London club/dance/jazz duo.
This is Japanese-based Groove Atmoshperic New Age World inspired by the voice of Kyoko Kigasawa. The first tracks are more engaging than the final ones but all are worth the purchase price. My rating of 4 means I like the album, still listen to it and recommend a purchase."
But this CD!!!!
Glimmer Girl | 09/14/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is awsome. After hearing half of two songs in the music store, i had to buy this CD. This group has really figured something out and I hope they keep going with it. This is the music of a dancing soul, with very positive and exciting grooves. You can not mess up buying this one."