Brilliant song this.. Kinda like a cross between Soft Machine/Tonto's Expanding Headband and Gong (and thats great). Very inventive and uplifting.. Magic-Paul
Awesome track ... outside the norm where I like to hang out! This is a great collab guys and a joy to listen to. What can I say except WOW ... what a mood you set!
Your artistry and creations are absolutely brilliant. I must say that your talent is world class and it is an honor to be included in your projects.
I hear so many world class persona's in this piece.
This is great.
Nice to hear a new piece from you Pascal and your friend J.O. Simon. I agree it is in a different style compared with your other pieces. I love these synths melodies in the higher registers. They are really beautiful! The ostinato bass gives it a comfortable "ride" which I find just right. I'm looking forward to your next album and I am glad to know you, Pascal! My best wishes to you! - Thomas.
2012-Album - great to hear. This track is a different style as normal
I know it from Syngularity. Peter wrote it what I am thinking: A great
piece of music all the way around. Congrats to you both.
Beautiful Syth. work....opens this song with a brilliance ! Adding the
guitar....give's it a warmth. I'm admiring your production
skills,Pascal! This is a superb creation, a great piece of music all
the way around.
i have to agree with all 3.. love the halftime beat.. always a treat.. man this takes me back.. that raga style guitar.. love it! great everything but that bass is really a standout.. you are a master pascalito :-)
This is great!!! I love everything about it. Thanks for the excellent journey. I needed that. Top notch work and collaboration!!!
This is as psychedelic as Rock can get ;^)) Tricky beat... and trickier bass lines... Especially liked the swirling analog type synth - fit in well with the guitar. Kudos to J.S. and Paco!
Great song Pascal. It is reminiscent of King Crimson, Emerson Lake and Palmer, The Doors, early Genesis and many more. This brings back so many memories of the great era of progressive rock. They were true masters and you have left a great impression upon me.