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Jazz Computer: The Best of

Jazz Computer's music was inspired by many famous musicians, including: Pink Floyd, Yes, Genesis, and King Crimson. You can definitely hear their influence as well as Klaus Shulze's.

The synthesizer and keyboards do a wonderful job of setting a mood of support for the wonderful guitar work throughout the album. This album, like'Places' is full of dreamy, spacey ambient music which will lift you up and take you away from life's troubles or cares.

The music here fits the mood for any time of day, but is especially effective in the morning with a cup of coffee, or at night with headphones to drift off to sleep. The highlights on this 'Best of' album for me were definitely 'I'll be Seeing You', the mysterious 'Seven Bells', 'Water Drops Part II', with it keys dancing like a Pacific Northwest rain, 'Lost Shore', with its foggy opening, 'Dawn in the Snow', with its high pitched feel, like the cold of a January hike in the mountains, and the guitar from 'Indian Mood on Thethys Part II'.

Enough ambient music to fit every mood of any day.

If you need a break from work or the doldrums of world chaos, this is the perfect medicine.

Track Listing:

1. Concealing Brightness
2. I'll Be Seeing You
3. Seven Bells
4. Water Drops Part II
5. Lost Shore
6. Those I Left Behind
7. Dawn in the Snow
8. Isfahan
9. Indian Mood on Thethys Part II
10. Caves

Added: August 19th 2011
Reviewer: Mark Johnson
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Language: english

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