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Alwoods - Aeolian Mode album mp3

Alwoods - Aeolian Mode album mp3

Performer: Alwoods
Title: Aeolian Mode
Released: 2011
Style: Downtempo, Psy-Trance, Progressive Trance
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 969
Other formats: VOC DTS AIFF AU WAV XM APE

Aeolian Mode by ALWOODS, released 25 October 2011 1. Natural Calling 2. Voice of Sherwood 3. Near Light 4. Psychedelic Dream 5. Low Red Moon 6. Sun Trap 7. Samo8raki 8. Kerkini Lake John Rigas aka Alwoods delivers his first psychill, progressive chill album with Altar Records. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Natural Calling, 09:28. Voice of Sherwood, 10:53.

Alwoods ‎– Aeolian Mode. Etichetta: Altar Records ‎– ARCDA16. In essence, this sounds like sort of a lesser Asura from the "Lost Eden" era. I thought this album was surprisingly good as earlier some of the offerings from Altar Records like Astral Waves were sometimes not the best. Take a listen to Track 4, "Psychedelic Dream. I mean, that's a good track! I even like "Low Red Moon" which sounds like all those old last tracks on Liquid Sound Design albums (the whole album would be psy/goa and the last track would be chill/downtempo psy, goa). This album does not break any boundaries of originality whatsoever

Now John steps forward as Alwoods with Aeolian Mode. For this album, Alwoods draws inspiration from his love of nature, the elements, and his time spent in the Greek mountainside. Natural sounds, bright atmospheres, and pulsing energies create a wondrous audio experience that fuses morning sounds with deep ambience.

Now John steps forward as Alwoods with 'Aeolian Mode'. OTHER RELEASES FROMAlwoods. Altar records hot now. Merlin, Lydia Delay.

Tracklist

1 Natural Calling 9:28
2 Voice Of Sherwood 10:54
3 Near Light 6:33
4 Psychedelic Dream 10:33
5 Low Red Moon 9:51
6 Sun Trap 10:30
7 Samo8raki 9:33
8 Kerkini Lake 11:13

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Altar Records
  • Copyright (c) – Altar Records
  • Distributed By – Arabesque Distribution

Credits

  • Artwork, Mastered By [Mastering, Uncredited] – DJ Zen
  • Written-By, Producer [Uncredited] – John Rigas
  • Written-By, Producer [With, Uncredited] – Alkan Ruller (tracks: 7, 8)

Notes

Total running time: 78:33
(not 78:43, as indicated on the back cover).

BPM's: 106, 107, 105, 110, 115, 117, 111, 103.

Technical support on this album was provided by Alkan Ruller.

From the inlay:
"Since love grows within you so beauty grows. for love is the beauty of the soul".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060147127430
  • Matrix / Runout: ARCDA16 V01 CIW
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L017
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 05L2


Reviews (2)
Inth
I feel as though I should apologize for enjoying this kind of music - it's not the type that's been fashionable for quite some time now. But indeed, this is music I enjoy if the songs stand out enough, and they do on this release. I dare say I will be keeping an eye out for this artist's next release. The root for this kind of music comes from the mid to late 90s psy (goa, progressive) trance with a slower beat and a chillier vibe. There was a lot of music put out that sounded in this vein from 1995-2004 or so, then, other artists took the sound but couldn't make memorable songs, or even songs with a real impact, with a few notable exceptions like Asura. Most of the artists practicing in this style have been featured on Altar Records at some point in time. In essence, this sounds like sort of a lesser Asura from the "Lost Eden" era. I thought this album was surprisingly good as earlier some of the offerings from Altar Records like Astral Waves were sometimes not the best. Take a listen to Track 4, "Psychedelic Dream." I mean, that's a good track! I even like "Low Red Moon" which sounds like all those old last tracks on Liquid Sound Design albums (the whole album would be psy/goa and the last track would be chill/downtempo psy, goa). This album does not break any boundaries of originality whatsoever. It is not fantastic. It is good though, and it's just giving fans of this kind of music quality output to enjoy. Listen to the melody break in halfway through "Sun Trap." Nice. There are some filler-y tracks (Like track 7) but all in all this is one to consider if you are a fan of the genre. I consider this a B+ type of release, the plus coming from my opinion that the artist has managed to take a sound that lends itself to some very generic sounding music but manages to make some keepers.

Nten
True, it's a fantastic album reminding me excellence of Patchwork's (spirit zone) mood...

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