IN THE WIND

by Roy Mattson

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drone2805 Si Mattson s'est inspiré des rythmes du vent pour composer l'oeuvre, Essayez-en l'écoute lors d'une ballade en voiture en grande ville, et vous verrez à quel point la fumée des usines, le passage des voitures et le déplacement en perspective des structures urbaines partagent la même cadence. Un album paisible et magique que je suis heureux de m'être procuré! Favorite track: Aeolian Zephyr.
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Dave DeWolf A mesmerizing journey within that invokes a depth of spirit reflecting vivid patterns of flow. It emerges in serene, gentle warmth as sounds evolve slowly and build a scene immersed in nature. You arrive among crickets invited to a land of graceful bells in a place that must be heaven. Onward to an otherworldly guitar and then a nice groove to engage your body. A drifting expanse returns brightened in stillness as a hazy cathedral resonance overcomes. A truly wonderful album! Favorite track: New Eyes.
Brian Bourassa
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Brian Bourassa Roy Mattson is a new, but powerful voice on the ambient scene. His music oozes the truth and meditative quality of the things that surround us all. "In The Wind" lays fourth a voice that echoes the harmony of all things as they really are, unadulterated by the human ego.
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Ever present since the beginning of time…the Wind. The movement of air be it undetectable currents or typhonic rages. It is a moving space that is haunted by sound waves, the dust of the winged moth, the sighs of lovers, scented pollen, moisture, perhaps a highway for the dead. It is evidenced by the swaying of trees, gliding birds on thermals; it whispers in our ears, whistles through the gravestones; it sets down the dandelion fur when it weakens, and it has carved out majestic landscapes. it carries ancient songs to our ears if we make ourselves present to hear them. It is a dynamic force of creation, destruction, and even more…just being. A time to be…In the Wind.

Instrumentation: synthesizers, electric guitar, wind chimes, field recordings, and other sound sources.

Thank you to Brenda Hall for allowing me to use her photo as the cover art for this album. She is a woodworker and photographer. Please see her work at;

www.facebook.com/pages/Brenda-Hall-Photography/501295576572889?ref=br_tf

and

www.facebook.com/BHwooddesign

and

www.bhwooddesign.com

Thanks to Dave DeWolf: title of "Lofty in the Whims of Grace" from his original poetry writings.

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released November 11, 2014

Special thanks to:

Brenda Hall; original cover art with color filters and effects by Roy Mattson

and

Dave DeWolf: title of "Lofty in the Whims of Grace" from his original poetry writings.

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Roy Mattson Stony Creek, New York

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