Bhatia, Amin

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Interstellar Suite
Pop New - LP CLT 46869 Capitol
Sealed 1987 Original. Clean COH. Canadian Composer And Keyboardist Amin Bhatia Created A Stir Within The Keyboard World, And In Progressive Rock And New Age Circles With His 1987 Album The Interstellar Suite. The Orchestral-Sounding Instrumental Work Is Like A Dramatic Score For A Nonexistent Science-Fiction Movie. Bhatia Painstakingly Created The Interstellar Suite Music And Sound Effects Solely Using Analog Synthesizers (Including A Minimoog) And A Pair Of Crash Cymbals. No Samples Or Sound Libraries Were Used. Occasionally, Bits Of Space Travel-Themed Dialog Are Included. But The Album's Development Is Only Part Of The Story. The Interstellar Suite Was Originally Released By Cinema Records, A Subsidiary Of Capitol Records Specializing In Progressive Rock. Other Cinema Releases Included Solo Albums From Former Camel And Van Morrison Keyboardist Pete Bardens, Former Yes Keyboardist Patrick Moraz, And Michael Hoenig. Unfortunately, Cinema Was Short-Lived. It Was A Noble Effort To Provide A Home For Progressive Rock, But It Was A Decade Too Late To Capitalize On The Genre's Commercial Peak. The Interstellar Suite Is A Remarkable Success Both Technologically And Creatively.” – Bret Adams, All Music Guide... more details
 
Bhatia, Amin - Interstellar Suite Interstellar Suite
Pop New - LP CLT 46869 Capitol
Sealed 1987 Original. Clean COH. Canadian Composer And Keyboardist Amin Bhatia Created A Stir Within The Keyboard World, And In Progressive Rock And New Age Circles With His 1987 Album The Interstellar Suite. The Orchestral-Sounding Instrumental Work Is Like A Dramatic Score For A Nonexistent Science-Fiction Movie. Bhatia Painstakingly Created The Interstellar Suite Music And Sound Effects Solely Using Analog Synthesizers (Including A Minimoog) And A Pair Of Crash Cymbals. No Samples Or Sound Libraries Were Used. Occasionally, Bits Of Space Travel-Themed Dialog Are Included. But The Album's Development Is Only Part Of The Story. The Interstellar Suite Was Originally Released By Cinema Records, A Subsidiary Of Capitol Records Specializing In Progressive Rock. Other Cinema Releases Included Solo Albums From Former Camel And Van Morrison Keyboardist Pete Bardens, Former Yes Keyboardist Patrick Moraz, And Michael Hoenig. Unfortunately, Cinema Was Short-Lived. It Was A Noble Effort To Provide A Home For Progressive Rock, But It Was A Decade Too Late To Capitalize On The Genre's Commercial Peak. The Interstellar Suite Is A Remarkable Success Both Technologically And Creatively.” – Bret Adams, All Music Guide... more details
 

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