Limited to 500 copies on 180 gram vinyl with locked grooves on boths sides, full color artwork.
Long out-of-print cassette originally released on Sloow Tapes (Belgium) in an edition of 70 with hand colored inserts. Cassette sold out within a week and has become quite collectible. Recorded after Expo '70 played France in 2008, just weeks after the IAO festival where the label owner and musician met. Upon returning to the states, the experience spawned the 2 day recording session materializing these 2 improvised tracks with no overdubs. Both tracks begin with rhythmic beats and slowly morph into sprawling ambient pieces, shifting and shifting moods gradually into floating space.
"Less heavy than some of the other Expo's, "Awakening", features some super stripped down drumming (or drum machine, hard to tell), locked into an endless groove, pulsing over a swirling spacescape of smeared riffs and fragmented melodies, it sounds a bit like Goblin, very soundtracky and otherworldly, space-y and mysterious, and not at all cheesy, more sort of classic new age / krautrock, think Klaus Schultze, scoring some super abstract French sci-fi flick from the sixties, and you'll sort of get the vibe." - Aquarius Records
"As powerful as most of his work is, this is the first time I find the music to include a potent emotional charge, a transcending spirituality if you will. It's like a personal trip into Wright's mind and soul. Prisms Adrift Luminous Sunbeams breaks away from some of the artist's monolithic tendencies to include a spectacular build-up which peaks into an ear-rumbling drone without ever losing any of it's poignancy. Descending Celestial Moon Odyssey is as haunting as the first track with it's slowly pulsating bass and dreamy background drones lulling us away into a meditative state." - My Record Collection.org --