Ray Lynch – The Sky Of Mind

24 04 2009

600x600Ray Lynch – The Sky Of Mind
MP3 @ 320 Kbps | 45:27 min | 1983 | 115 MB | 10% Recovery Record

The Sky of Mind was created after I realized that there was a small (but robust and growing) alternative market for something called “new age” music. I wasn’t sure what that was, but  SKY  seemed to fit in okay. Aside from the fairly obvious “classical” connections, this album was influenced to some extent by the ambient music which began to appear in the late 70’s (especially Brian Eno’s work). I also drew on much of the music which I had originally created for the devotional culture which had formed around Samraj Adi Da during the 70’s. Of my five albums,  SKY  probably fits most comfortably into the assumptions that are made about so-called “new age” music. However, I think that those who respond to it do so not because it is “laid back” or “meditative”, but rather because they can feel both the devotional and the melancholy qualities that were so much a part of my life at this time.

Tracklist:
1 – Quandra
2 – Good News
3 – The Temple
4 – Too Wounded
5 – Pavane
6 – Green Is Here

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Part 1 | Part 2

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1 05 2009
Chas Hathaway

This was one of the albums that really inspired me to become a musician. Ray Lynch was one of my biggest musical role models when I first started!

– Chas
http://music.willowrise.com

1 05 2009
QuietMusic

@Chas
Awesome! It’s always great to hear about old friends meeting again =-).

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