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Eppie Hulshof Floating Waves (New Age Berlin School, 2002)

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Eppie Hulshof Floating Waves (New Age Berlin School, 2002)

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Name:Eppie Hulshof Floating Waves (New Age Berlin School, 2002)

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NFO-file created by PostAssistant v009
Date : 08/05/2003 -- Time : 16:27:42

Artist : Eppie E.Hulshof
Album : Floating Waves
Source : CDR
Year : 2002
Genre : New Age Spacemusic [Berlin School]
Label : Quantum
Encoder : cdex 1.50
Codec : lame 3.92 -r3mix extreme
Quality : CBR, 256kbps, stereo

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Tracklisting
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01 (52:48) Floating Waves
Playing Time : 52:48
Total Size : 96.6 MB

Much of the early part of 'Floating Waves' is a dead ringer for 'Macula Transfer' period Edgar Froese with a little 'Epsilon in Malaysian Pale' thrown in for good measure. Whetted your appetite? I should hope so because this is an excellent CD, especially the first half of it, which gets better with each play. Next up is an early eighties Tangerine Dream type sequence which pulsates along at quite a pace. This is augmented by nice mellotron touches and some excellent electric guitar.
Again the comparisons with 'Macula Transfer' are obvious but this time with a good dose of 'Ages'. Another sequence is added and the speed is cranked up still further- lovely stuff! We now enter an atmospheric section with loads of analogue sounds and dreamy little lead lines. The TD comparisons are still apt but this time it made me think more of 'Encore'. The sequences momentarily return but soon an interesting collage of sounds, mainly whooshes, twitters and other echoing effects changes the mood somewhat. This leads to a rhythmic loop and an excellent mean lead line. To this is added a superb melodic sequence and some sampled speech in German quite low in the mix. The pulsations increase in intensity as an almost Schulzian ('Moondawnish') rhythm starts up. Actually the Klaus Schulze comparisons become more obvious as this section continues. It's all done so well but doesn't outstay its welcome.
We move on to a tinkling atmospheric section. Looped metallic percussion rises to the surface. A slow chugging sequence replaces the loop and more dreamy lead lines float over the top. We now enter quite a long hypnotic section finishing with deep, echoing, rather dark sonic splashes. Its like sounds being heard from a deep shaft. Looped metallic pulsations emerge. Eerie sounds and effects keep coming until the mood is lightened with the appearance of a more conventional bubbly sequence but then things take a much moodier turn. The sequence becomes slow and steady accompanied by a mournful lead which takes us to the close. (DL)

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