Tedd Arnold | Ghostchild

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by Tedd Arnold

Young Sarah Diane has suddenly passed away. After the initial confusion sets in, her spirit gently moves through the infinite stages of being. Come along on her voyage through the afterlife.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Apparition
4:14 album only
2. Lament
2:34 album only
3. Form
2:13 album only
4. I Know You Hear Me
3:50 album only
5. Inbetween Skies
2:32 album only
6. Returning
5:47 album only
7. Spirit Guide
5:25 album only
8. Target Zero
3:05 album only
9. Stands the Sun
7:18 album only
10. Astral Rain / This Flood / Resurrection
7:19 album only
11. A Visit With Angels
2:09 album only
12. De Novo
3:50 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Born: 24, September 1952. Tedd Arnold aka " The Earth Cat ", is a Pittsburgh-based electronic musician, composer, vocalist and lyricist. Combining his passion for music with a deep meditation and yoga practice, Tedd has developed a unique sonic style that led to his first solo release " Sacred Electronica ".

July 17, 2015 GhostChild is released.
Sept 4, 2014 A Theft of Fire rises to the # 2 spot on the One World Music uk Top 50 album chart.
May 13, 2014 A Theft of Fire is released.
March 19, 2013 Sacred Electronica is Nominated "Best NewAge Album" at the 12th Annual Independent Music Awards.
August 7, 2012 Sacred Electronica is released.



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Michael Diamons (www.michaeldiamondmusic.com)

Review except from Music and Media Focus
In my three decades as a music journalist, I’ve received many “concept albums,” covering a wide range of subject matter. But one of the most intriguing and unusual ones is a new release from Pittsburgh-based electronic musician, composer, vocalist and lyricist Tedd Arnold. According to Ted: “’GhostChild’ is the story of a young girl, Sarah Diane, that has not fully realized she has passed away. It's basically a meditation on the afterlife.” While one might assume from the album’s title and subject matter that the music is dark, but I found it more enchanting than spooky.

Right from the start with the opening track, “Apparition,” Tedd reveals himself as a master of electronic sounds. An ambient collage sets the scene for a propulsive track that kicks in after about 30 seconds. Ethereal effects weave in and out of the rhythm, complete with the blips, bleeps, and filter sweeps often found in this genre. Fans of music like Tangerine Dream will feel right at home with this track. I particularly liked how the piece is constantly evolving with changes in the rhythm structure and trippy sound samples dropping in and out of the creatively constructed mix. Another favorite was “Inbetween Skies” with its bouncy percolating arpeggiator creating movement under an airy synthesizer melody. A track called “Spirit Guide” is an interesting blend of electronic ambience and synthesized emulations of more conventional instruments like harp and cello.

The word “cinematic” is fairly descriptive of the album as a whole. In some ways it feels like a soundtrack in search of a movie. Like any album, I related to some tracks more than others. But perhaps what impressed me the most about the music overall is Tedd’s mastery in creating and blending diverse sounds. The recording shows off his skills as a composer and arranger in the electronic music genre. Tedd Arnold is a sonic sorcerer with a real feel for using ambient elements to create musical magic. “GhostChild” is an otherworldly journey in sound that I found, dare I say, “haunting.”

To read a full length feature article on this CD, as well as others, please visit: www.michaeldiamondmusic.com