Mario Raposo | Wolf 424

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Wolf 424

by Mario Raposo

WOLF 424 was inspired in the story of spanish contactee Antonio Ribera, which tells us his contacts with the Ummits, a race from the planet Ummo around a star called Wolf 424. Electronic/space music for intergalactic relations.
Genre: New Age: Progressive Electronic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Time Travellers
6:39 $1.00
2. Ode to the Stars
3:42 $1.00
3. Little Gray Man
5:23 $1.00
4. Meditation Planet
6:00 $1.00
5. Holy Land (Flight Over the Desert)
7:48 $1.00
6. Buuawaa-Immaterial Beginning of Life
7:03 $1.00
7. Concerto for Unexpected Visitors
7:42 $1.00
8. Wolf 424
4:41 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Born in Azores, Mario Raposo is an eclectic and a self-taught musician. His taste and influences encompass Jazz, Classic music, New age, Electronic and film score composers. For the past fifteen years, Mario has been creating music on his keyboards for film scores, commercial documentaries, advertisements, TV generics and CDs for local artists. A true product of his times, Mario does not hesitate in injecting into traditional forms a more modern language. He has experimented mostly with fusion, i.e.: jazz; traditional Portuguese and new age (especially on documentaries); electronic pop, dance; and orchestrations through the use of synthesisers and sample libraries.



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