What do you think of it yourself, leech?
im listening to the first of two part album. i immediately fell in love with tracks of the latter. the melody played by violist and keyboardist in Garden is curiously haunting, and beautiful. i like how subtle the chords come in before it all stretches creating its atmosphere. its like the scene is set in a traditional secret garden type scape, with a few personal touches. as you journey along one of the man made paths, you reach a section where the structure of the garden starts to not conform. instead of you walking along a path to see the gardens matter, it moves round you. everything starts to "float", pass you.
then! (it's my favorite track - though i keep changing my mind between track 7&8...or 6&9
) Isten, which i find hard to quantify in words. it just leaves me in awe. i have to stop whatever it is im doing. i get goose bumps, every time. im not even thinking anything visually - just experiencing it as it plays. it stirs and quakes my spirit...
gee wiz youre a talented nineteen year old.
a like track ejjel a lot. yes, a lot. i wouldnt mind a whole album of something similar to this track - oh wait, steve roach does that very well already - creating soundscapes....gwa//
actually to be honest, i initially was puzzled by the arrangement of the first few tracks. not that they arent of quality as individual tracks(far from that), just seemed a bit discorded in comparison to the later tracks which seem more progressive, i felt - even with ejjel, an ambient track in between the more melodic/harmonic tracks. after a few listens though i suppose the transitional track of The Sublime bridges it.
I noticed you orginally were going to title it "The Sublime and the Beautiful" - what made the change?