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The Field - Sound Of Light mp3

The Field - Sound Of Light mp3

Performer:
The Field
Album:
Sound Of Light
Country:
Released:
Dec 2007
Label:
Heartbeats International
Catalog:
Heart101
Style:
Techno, Ambient
MP3 archive size:
1327 mb
FLAC archive size:
2359 mb

Tracklist

1Morning15:31
2Day15:15
3Evening14:45
4Night15:04

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Heart101The Field Sound Of Light ‎(4xFile, MP3, EP, VBR)Heartbeats InternationalHeart101Sweden2007

Credits

  • Art DirectionJukka Viitasara
  • Composed ByAxel Willner
  • Photography ByRickard Sund

Notes

Limited to 2500 copies.

Concept and coordination: Heartbeats International AB
℗ 2007 Heartbeats International
© 2007 Nordic Light Hotel

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Heartbeats International
  • Copyright (c) – Nordic Light Hotel

Video

  • SOUND OF LIGHT, an early EP by The Field, show Willner at his most rhythmic... and his most indulgent. All four tracks hover around the 15 minute mark, and at first, as on "Morning," it's perfectly acceptable. The track is bright and sunny and moves along at a nice clip, but, despite the addition and subtraction of various elements, somewhere around the 6 minute mark, it begins to lose a bit of interest, because it has simply reset. "Day" takes a more electro approach and it eventually blossoms into a burst of sound, but this track too, simply resets instead of morphing into something different. "Evening" is more mellow and engages with the micro-looped vocals which formed a hallmark of his early work, and "Night" edges into a beatless refraction. Solid, but I think this is a case of 'too much of a good thing.'