Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Tomita - Snowflakes are dancing

The source for a thousand sound effects used in radio, snippets in-betweenies, and for general amusements. Snowflakes are dancing contains some of the most prominent renditions of classical music. It is funny, innovative, moogie and did receive great reviews when it was released in 1974. Using a mountain of Moog's finest technology, Tomita turns the familiar impressionist melodies into a futuristic world, with synthesisers and alien voices aplenty. Even people who didn't like synthesizer-music thought this one was an exception. It truly is a gem, and probably the best of Tomita's vast production. Thanks to ABC Radio Nights for providing this prize! RS-link. !!!LINK DEAD!!!

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