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Nature's Echo
  • Artist: Abstraction
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479466366
  • Item #: 1202171X
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 1/1/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
Price: $10.19

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Nature's Echo on CD

Music isn't simply a conglomeration of noise and sounds. It's a visual landscape translated by our eardrums. Each listener sees their own unique vistas and composes their own stories while listening to the rich and melodic sounds contained in this album. Nature's Echo is a culmination of the experience I gained from other short-run albums. This is an aural journey from slow sonorous ambient sounds to melodic breakbeat and drum & bass. Praise for songs on the album Nature's Echo: Nature's Echo 'Here's what I see. Leaves falling naturally off a tree without wind in autumn. Dewdrops slipping effortlessly from the flora in morning. The sunrise glistening through a spiderweb. The gradual opening of a small group of flowers. Fog lifting for clarity in a scene of serene, tranquility. Definitely an uplifting track.' Diana's Bow 'Nothing but pure tonality... nothing but sacred harmony. This sounds like it could be from a drama should be.' Sailing the Solar Wind 'Wow this tune is very laid back, I like it, let's you relax. The melodies are nice and soothing. Makes you feel like you're in the middle of an ocean, lonely on a ship, just staring at the stars.' The Caffeinated Ninja 'My A.D.D. loves the change-ups, My soul loves the bass!' Tundra Exploration 'great job with the name... suits the track. It has a cold feeling to it. Sounds like it would be one of those snow levels in a video game.' Incontinuity 'I absolutely love the start to this... The gentle intro of breakbeatishness, backing up some really glorious sounds the track makes me think spy movies' Song for Summer 'This track is amazing... excellent ambiance, extremely perfect sounds, the reverb reaches me, the choir ahhs, intrigue me, keeps me listening. The soft tones are great, definitely [Abstraction] leaves no room for disappointment.'