Tommy Reddicks | Time and Space

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Time and Space

by Tommy Reddicks

A New Age twist on space music with broad, ethereal landscapes, and layered sonic themes.
Genre: New Age: Space
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Blue Nebula
7:18 $0.99
2. Dying Star
5:13 $0.99
3. Zero Gravity
6:32 $0.99
4. Pluto's Aphelion
5:26 $0.99
5. The Earth Through My Window
6:42 $0.99
6. A New Planet
4:06 $0.99
7. Lost Orbiter
4:11 $0.99
8. Lunar Landing
5:41 $0.99
9. Polar View
5:40 $0.99
10. First Steps On Titan
5:01 $0.99
11. Dancing On the Moon
5:05 $0.99
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Album Notes
About the Album:
When thinking about the mood evoked by the music in Time and Space, it’s easy to get excited by the dreamy and thematic material. It keeps the mind open to possibilities as the music leaves ample room for interpretation and imagery. Both “Blue Nebula” and “Dying Star” set the tone of the CD by introducing the first two of ten loops that are the staple for this atmospheric exploration. As each loop is introduced, it’s allowed to slowly evolve and inspire new ideas. Following the lead of the loop, some songs are left subtle and haunting, while others are allowed to breathe into larger thematic engines. Still, as each song finds a stride, the listener is left with the constant reverberations from the loop. These reverberations from the origin of each song act as a systematic reminder of the constant churning mystery of both Time and Space.

It was important to pay some homage to Pluto in this work, as the poor “planet that was” has fallen on hard times in the past couple of decades. Growing up in the 1980’s Pluto was held dear as an “actual planet” in the Solar System. Poor orbit or not, it’s hard to kick out the schooling experienced as a child, no matter how the “object” is classed today. In this light, “Pluto’s Aphelion” pays tribute to this distant question mark.

Thanks to my family (Bill, George, Tracie, and my parents) for supporting My musical efforts. Special thanks go out to Kelly and Madeline for enduring all of the hours in the music studio (and to Madeline for helping me name the songs). Thanks to Paramount School of Excellence. Their new Time and Space room is a work to behold! Thanks also to DKGR, Pepper, Apparatus, and Business Furniture for their help in creating this room. It is truly my hope that this music inspires dreams and inspiration for all those who experience the space.

About the composer:
Tommy Reddicks was born in Mesa, AZ and is currently the School Director for Paramount School of Excellence in Indianapolis, IN. As a graduate of the University of Wyoming, Tommy taught music in public, private, and charter schools between 1995 and 2009. Tommy has been composing music and playing the saxophone since he was 9 years old and composes out of his home music studio in Indianapolis, IN. Many of his earlier recording are available on his website.

While music is his passion, Tommy has been active in the field of education since 1995. In 2002, Tommy Reddicks began writing educational units for the National Core Knowledge Foundation. Since that time, Tommy has presented in numerous National Conferences on unit writing and curriculum design. In 2009, Tommy Reddicks moved to school administration at Knowledge Quest Academy in Milliken, CO. From that position, Tommy Reddicks accepted a position as school director in Indianapolis, where he resides today. Tommy Reddicks has worked in Core Knowledge Charter Schools since 2001. He has worked in four K-8 Core Knowledge Charter Schools in two US states. He has also been part of three separate Charter School Start-ups, growing a vast array of experience in the growing field of charter education.



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