Sunday, July 1, 2018

Mark Shreeve - Ursa Major (1980)

Redshift - Redshift (1996)

A mysterious universe of pure, cosmic synth perfection from British musician Mark Shreeve. One of those albums that sounds exactly the way I had hoped it would upon seeing its artwork.

Track listing:
1. High Depths: a. Catacombe
2. High Depths: b. Freedom
3. Standard x 10
4. Ancestral Watch
5. Ursa Major
6. Ursa Minor

After the silence

You'd also like:
Pond -
Planetenwind (1978)
Rolf Trostel -
Inselmusik (1981)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the post. I had that very same sound-exactly-matching-expectation-based-on-the-cover-art experience with Ultravox's Vienna. I believe that album could never have been what it was had it been packaged in a color cover. Here's to seeing how this on plays out based on your comments. Thanks as always.