Jim Cole & Spectral Voices | Sky - Overtone Singing in a Water Tower

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Sky - Overtone Singing in a Water Tower

by Jim Cole & Spectral Voices

Mesmerizing harmonic chant - overtone singing and throat singing in a vast water tower
Genre: World: Throat Singing
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1. For the Birds
14:31 $0.99
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2. From the Birds
6:07 $0.99
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3. Kyrie Eleison
9:14 $0.99
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4. Passion
10:02 $0.99
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5. Uplifting
7:51 $0.99
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6. Spacious Sighs
5:28 $0.99
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7. Know Way (Way)
4:10 $0.99
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Album Notes
Praise for Jim Cole's & Spectral Voices' music:

“Achingly poignant”
~ Bill Beck


“staggering beauty and nuance”
~ Brian Bieniowski - The Ambient Review


“feeds the imagination”
~ M. Jeffrey Schmidt, Massage Magazine


Some reviews of Sky:


...Spacious, floating, and ethereal, the combined human voices seem to stretch out and envelop everything, blanketing it in a layer of billowy softness. The wonder and awe of "Kyrie Eleison," the "I swear this is a synthesizer" effects on "Passion" and the blissful ambient-like "Uplifting" are songs that should send fans of electronic ambient music into a state of rapture....That it's human voices making these celestial sounds never fails to astonish me.

~ Bill Binkelman, Wind & Wire


...I'm still amazed that these sounds are simply untreated voices... of course, they're overtone singing within a large space, and the results are simultaneously thrilling and soothing.
Lush, diffuse choral strands rise and fall with Kyrie Eleison's continually surging vocal drifts. Ever-expanding layers seem to trace a distant, gently meandering shoreline in human-powered tones that no synthesizer could hope to mimic.

~David Opdyke, Ambientrance


... a sound extreme in both beauty and emotional character....Sky will have the listener returning many times, attempting to both re-enter the zone this music puts one in and quantify an immeasurable factor that borders on the mystical.

~ Chuck van Zyl, STAR'S END

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