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Yesterday I watched on Youtube Pink Floyd - Echoes / Live at Pompeii (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGwPSPIhohk) which evoked for me the summit of progressive and psychedelic music incarnated by this fabulous rock band and at the same time the golden age of a short, but revolutionary period pushing the earth with an incredibly new élan to a better futur. Alas, times have changed and the spiritual endeavour quickly gave way again to intolerance, indifference and selfishness. All these elements inspired me to make a new stuff.

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P.S. Saturn is equally a symbol of the Golden Age
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Uploaded: Apr 08, 2013 - 07:20:52 AM
Last Updated: Apr 09, 2013 - 09:28:45 AM Last Played: Mar 18, 2017 - 04:02:10 PM
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Skean said 1630 days ago (April 8th, 2013)
The man who have the best creativity in the galaxy.
And this is no exception, great as always when you post a new track, kudos.
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PeterB7858 said 1630 days ago (April 8th, 2013)
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Big, bold statement, Harald. Dramatic and intense. That growling low synth and the percussion really stand out. Dynamic post. Thanks, Peter.
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jiguma said 1630 days ago (April 8th, 2013)
Echt gut Harald!
Powerful and inspiring piece. Lovely lush soundscape.
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Vic Holman said 1629 days ago (April 8th, 2013)
.... that song always inspires me every time i listen to it.
there are a lot of great sounds on this. and how you have weaved the tracks is excellent!
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DWL said 1629 days ago (April 9th, 2013)
Epic work Harald!
As Neil said, a lush and fantastic soundscape.


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gadzooks said 1629 days ago (April 9th, 2013)
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Wonderful ... inspired ... enjoyed.
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egobandit said 1629 days ago (April 9th, 2013)
new stuff
another synth ride , btw I love that movie you should watch the whole thing love what u did towards the end!
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papag said 1628 days ago (April 9th, 2013)
all over the super nova
this has some sweet textures with the pumping groove. I was tranced for a bit.

thanks for the download
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Char said 1628 days ago (April 10th, 2013)
I wonder if you have tiny, glinting
satellites orbiting your head as you go about your day. Whether this is music from beyond or from within it is music that is wild, free and transcendent. Always an exhilarating experience. Aren't we lucky that you share? Thank you.
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dirigent said 1628 days ago (April 10th, 2013)
Harald - like from a pro soundtrack of a science-fiction movie - epic stuff full of energy - love the huge soundwalls and the very well crafted mix paired with enormous creativity and amazing musicianship.

Absolutely loved and enjoyed the journey, which also contained some surprising moments. That made the ride so thrilling.

Thanks for sharing!
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Garni said 1628 days ago (April 10th, 2013)
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Wow! What a wonderful Spacescape you have created here, complete with liftoff. Harald this is great!

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bud said 1628 days ago (April 10th, 2013)
Can't go wrong with Floyd at Pompei
as a starting point. You really manged to create something big and exciting with some serious g forces at work from time to time. Very cool.
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paul f. page said 1626 days ago (April 11th, 2013)
Your soundscapes are always so well-conceived, everything in its place and having a purpose. You always seem to choose the correct percussion, solo, pad, or whatever you have your hands on ... and you place these elements in specific places in your scenes. Quite a master of the epic soundscape you have become. This is brilliant work, much like everything you create.
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Loob said 1626 days ago (April 12th, 2013)
I stayed at GM
so I never went to Saturn. :-) Synth out man!
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WharmtonRise said 1625 days ago (April 13th, 2013)
Super! Super!! Great sound! Thanks for the D/L.
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Cheeto said 1624 days ago (April 13th, 2013)
Holy hannah....
Love that intro!! Took me on quite a trip...absolutely love this song!!
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Fire_Angel said 1624 days ago (April 14th, 2013)
My headphones are of poor quality.
But don't worry, I have great speakers and a decent amp, so it sounded huge anyway. How you make these enormous soundscapes so consistently I don't know, but it's inspiring to listen to. I'm gong to fire up some of my soft-synths later in the day and have a play and see what comes out. See what you've done? LOL.
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Name: Narad
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Harald Dastis was born 1952, in Germany. He has now lived in France since 1975. Harald is a poet, painter, and a musician of 9 years. He is also a professional german teacher. Narad has a passion for Indian spiritualism and his music is inspired by a... [see more]

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