Kerry Johnson | Cosmic Steel, the Sound of Light

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Cosmic Steel, the Sound of Light

by Kerry Johnson

Variations on a theme, composed for the "Pedal Steel Guitar", takes one through a Cosmic Soundscape of Ethereal chordal movement.
Genre: New Age: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Sound of Light
14:05 $3.99
2. Cosmic Interlude
16:11 $3.99
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Album Notes
"Pedal Steel" Guitarist - Kerry Johnson, in his debut Solo Instrumental recording,
composes for this beautiful instrument, Ethereal, Contemplative, Ambient, Soundscapes.

Originally composed in 1994. it took well over a decade to finally get it recorded !
Captured in Pro Tools HD at audiophile 24 Bit/96kHz sampling rate and then Mastered with the HDCD processor,
this High-Definition Compact Disc is compatible with all CD, DVD/CD players.


Customer comments:

Hi Kerry ... just want to say how much I really enjoy "Cosmic Steel",
one of my favorite CD's of the year!
K M Brown

Hello Kerry ... just a note to thank you for your CD ... I enjoy it very much.
I think you hold the record for recording the longest instrumentals I've ever heard.

L Melanson



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