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KEVIN O'NEILL



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ISLANDS

Auricle AMCDR 247 57'45" CD-R 7.00 + p&p

1. Islands Suite 28'19"

2. Gulag Archipelago 20'13"

3. Aisle Of Dreams 9'09"

 

 

Recorded between July 1986 and January 1987 using Digital, Analogue, Modular and Sampled Sound Sources.

Mixed and mastered at Hollow Sun Electronic Music Studio, Cardiff, December 1986 - March 1987. Very special thanks to Steve Howell of Hollow Sun.

Design and Graphics by Tim Morgan & Kevin O'Neill.

MC (K 05) 1987

 

This CD remaster by Alan Freeman at Tachyon Studio 10 February 2017.

Track 1 partly sourced from the "Omega 8" CDR release bonus track.

All the rest is from a copy of the original cassette,

transferred to Digital by Jack McCafferty.

review...
The most ambitious (arguably) of Kevin's releases, in that it is just three big works, including an extended 28 minute suite and a majestic 20 minute opus, blending his familiar style with elements that recall some of the earlier works of Edgar Froese and Cluster/Roedelius, and a kind of neo-baroque approach to keyboard melodies.
Possibly the most obscure of Kevin's releases, and never reissued before, this was a tricky one to restore, but the results sound pretty good!

on YouTube...
Gulag Archipelago (edit)

First edition of 20 numbered copies - released 15/3/2017




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