|1.||"Symphony Of Glory & Wind" (5:59)|
|2.||"Underwater Dreaming" (6:37)|
|3.||"Breath Of Blue Water" (6:41)|
|1.||"Ocean Breeze" (16:01)|
Although composed by Japanese ambient and new age composer Takashi Kokubo in the mid 1980s, "A Dream Sails Out To Sea (Get Out The Wave)" was never officially released. Instead, it was given away as a gift to those who purchased a particular model of air conditioning unit manufactured by Sanyo. Happily, Japanese music specialists Lag Records has decided to finally give it a proper release. The music is stunningly beautiful, comparable in quality to leading Japanese ambient albums of the period from the likes of Yoshio Suzuki, Dip in the Pool and Keizo Inoue. Expect waves of blissful synthesized panpipe melodies, twinkling electronics, becalmed harps, imaginative use of traditional Japanese instrumentation and a B-side epic that will take your breath away.
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