Album:  	Navigator
Artist:  	Jose Travieso
Year:  	        2016
Genre / Style:  Electronic / New Age / Berlin School

This is my first album dedicated to electronic music. Previously, in 2011, I recorded the EP ½Don't Kill The Vinyl╗, where the electronic music and hip-hop had an important role, but the electronic wasn't as relevant as here.

This is a conceptual album, describing a round travel through the evolution, the consciousness and the transcendence of the human being, since the first steps of the civilization until the maximum state of evolution, reaching to God and the understanding of all the mysteries of Universe and Existence. The album is rather descriptive and some of the keywords are: life, space exploration, black holes, gravitational singularity, technological singularity, metaphysics, evolution, god, panspermia theory, cosmic winds, etc.

Musically, with this project I have tried two things:

-To make a tribute to the classical and vintage electronic music that I love, the 70s and 80s music from Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze and so on.

-To experiment with the composition based on multiple layers and the concept "wall of sound".

This album is dedicated to my mother.

Artwork by Lenore Ani and JosΘ Travieso.

Number of Tracks: 9
Total Duration:   53:44
Total Size:       124 MBs (including scan, m3u, and txt)
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01) Navigator
02) Deus Ex Machina
03) God's Ladder
04) Singularity
05) Passacaglia
06) Improvisation 2016.02.21: Through God's Core
07) Cosmic Dispersion of Life
08) Trapped in a Brief Childhood Memory
09) Love on a Real Train (A Tangerine Dream Tribute)
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