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Die Kinder Der Erde - Nattefrost - Dying Sun / Scarlet Moon


  1. Nattefrost - Dying Sun / Scarlet Moon. Im dalej trwa kariera Bjorna Jeppesen’a, tym bardziej zadziwia wszystkich różnorodnością środków wyrazu. Od pierwszych nut na Absorbed In Dreams And Yearning z , mogliśmy się tego domyślać. Dying Sun/Scarlet Moon, to album pełny nieoczekiwanych zwrotów, gdzie jest wszystko.
  2. The fine electronics Bjørn Jeppesen aka Nattefrost presents on "Dying Sun/Scarlet Moon" album are of a groovy but also spatial nature. The album offers a nice assemblage of attractive sequencer patterns, contemporary sounds and textures, all glued together into catchy instrumental compositions which set things in motion from the first tracks on.
  3. This album was recorded between May and September at Nattefrost Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark and at Nattefrost Mobile Studio at various locations. Mastered in September by Ron Boots. Nattefrost is Bjorn Jeppesen All tracks composed, performed and produced by Bjorn Jeppesen except for: "Die Kinder der Erde", which is composed and performed by Kathrin Manz (Matzumi) and .
  4. 1. Nattefrost – In Natura (); Draconian (); Music For The Man (); and Die Kinder Der Erde () (from the album Dying Sun – Scarlet Moon, ) 2. Ian Tescee – The New World (); Passport (); Earthrise (); and The Lost City Of Mars () (from the album A Traveler’s Guide To Mars, ) 3.
  5. On "Dying Sun/Scarlet Moon" also some interesting people are present (physically and/or digitally). He is accompanied by Matzumi (a.k.a. Kathrin Manz) on "Die Kinder Der Erde" and ballarnfeziussaikelv.infoinfo (a.k.a. Michel van Osenbruggen) on "Close Encounter". Bjørn is known as a musician who tries to mix different kinds of influences into his music and than puts his own "sauce", so to say, over it.
  6. Danish Music Artist Nattefrost Takes Electronic Music To A Higher Level When you think about great electronic music artists, names like Edgar Froese, Tangerine Dream. Klaus Schulze, Kraftwerk, Vangelis, Kitaro and Jean Michel Jarre immediately spring to mind.

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