Meg Bowles is a name that is well familiar to many fans of ambient/space music. Having released her first two albums in 1993 (Inner Space and Solstice Dreams) she then followed up in 1996 with a widely-praised and definitive album in the genre called Blue Cosmos, which officially put her on the space music map. After releasing her 1999 album, From the Dark Earth, there was an extensive time-period before Bowles would release her next album in 2011 entitled A Quiet Light, which seemingly renewed a sense of deserved recognition for this amazing composer
Composer-synthesist Meg Bowles (. 957) began her musical journey as flutist and completed formal studies in classical music performance at both Northwestern and Boston Universities. Upon her graduation from Boston University in 1979, she chose to embark upon a career in investment banking, and eventually earned an . in finance from Columbia University in 1984
This new album is yet another one of Meg’s monumental soundsculptures I just can’t stop playing. Deep space drifts and rich harmonic textures reflect the timeless, ritual spaces of evening, a tribute to planet Earth. As the sky takes on the deep blue glow of evening, the time-bound bustle of day melts into the timeless dream space of night. Composed and performed by Meg Bowles Produced and mixed by Meg Bowles and Richard Price Engineered and mastered by Richard Price, Candlewood Digital LLC. license.
Meg bowles makes ambient orchestral soundscapes as a tribute to our planet. Evensong: canticles for the earth. The ambient orchestral soundscapes on the new Meg Bowles album, Evensong: Canticles for the Earth, are her tribute to all aspects of nature, including the earth and its place in the cosmos, especially exploring the concepts of personal spirituality, time, light, and shadows, as well as the cycle of life and death
Meg's first two CDs, Inner Space and Solstice Dreams, were released in 1993, followed by Blue Cosmos in 1996. These pieces and other works for trumpet and synth are included in the CD From the Dark Earth (1999), with David as the featured soloist. In addition to receiving airplay on various syndicated programs such as Echoes and Music from the Hearts of Space, Meg's work has appeared on two compilation albums - The Other World (Hypnos Recordings) and Soundscape Gallery 2 (Lektronic Soundscapes), both released in 1998.
Meg Bowles Footprints in the sky. 05:19. Meg Bowles A Quiet Light. Meg Bowles Nightwalk Across the Isle of Dream. Meg Bowles 03 - Night Song. Meg Bowles Beyond the Far Shore. Meg Bowles 01 - Red Rock Canyon. Meg Bowles Into the Gloaming.
Inner Space is a compilation album of Chick Corea music released by Atlantic Records in 1973. The album contains all four tracks from Corea's 1968 debut album, Tones for Joan's Bones as well as two previously unreleased tracks ("Inner Space" & "Guijira") from the same recording sessions and two tracks ("Windows" & "Trio for Flute, Bassoon and Piano") originally released on Hubert Laws' 1969 LP Laws' Cause.
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|KU-0383||Meg Bowles||Inner Space (CD)||Kumatone Records||KU-0383||US||1993|
|KU-0383||Meg Bowles||Inner Space (Cass)||Kumatone Records||KU-0383||US||1993|