Auricle AMCDR 121† 56'44"† CD-R £7.00 + p&p
2. Inferno† 26'57"
at David Prescott's Studio (1985).
All composition, programming and engineering by David Prescott.
Produced by Auricle Music.
Cover art by Peter Harrison.
MC (Auricle AMC 027) © May 1988
David Prescott: Sequential Circuits Sci Pro-One & Korg
Poly 800 synthesizers.
More subtle and sequential is "The Dreamer", a more
reflective work that while being similar in structure to
"Neologisms" is very different in sounds. A lot more expressive
keyboard soloing here, meandering, intricate yet spacious. Iím reminded as much
here of Kevin OíNeillís subtle textures as those of Klaus Schulze and the
like. This is one for late night peaceful listening that wonít send you to
sleep! David commented - ĎLate 1987 and 1988 have represented another
distinct style change for me. First off, I feel it is important for a good
musician to play a variety of styles. When I first started, I wanted to be
able to do both the harsh sounds as in "Red Shift #3", and the more
melodic keyboard-orientated style represented by "The Dreamer".
After years of effort, itís coming together...
Originally a cassette - 45 copies - released ?/5/1988.
First CDR edition - released ?/11/2007.
Second CDR edition - released 16/10/2016
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