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Dreamy Screens: Soundtracks From Echo Observatory

Dreamy Screens: Soundtracks From Echo Observatory by Bill Nelson
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Bill Nelson

Label: Esoteric Recordings
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

Disc 1 - Annunciation; Sounding the Ritual Echo; Sleep; Near East; Emak Bakia; My Intricate Image; Endless Orchids; The Heat in the Room; Another Willingly Opened Window; Vanishing Parades; Glass Fish (For the Final Aquarium); Cubical Domes; Ashes of Roses; The Shadow Garden; Opium. Disc: 2 - The Asylum; Waltz; The Fairground; Doctor Caligari; Cesare the Somnambulist; Murder; The Funeral; The Somnambulist and the Children; Caligari Disciplines Cesare; Caligari Feeds Cesare; Caligari Opens the Cabinet; Jane Discovers Cesare; The Attempted Murder of Jane; The Dream Dance of Jane and the Somnambulist; Escape Over the Rooftops; The Unmasking; The Shot; The Cabinet Closes. Disc: 3 - Overture; The Family; Sisters and Sedan Chairs; In the Forest of Storms; The Castle; The Gates; The Corridor; The Great Hall; Dreams (The Merchant Sleeps); Fear (The Merchant Wakes); The Rose and the Beast; Magnificent (The White Horse); Beauty Enters the Castle; The Door; The Mirror; Candelabra and Gargoyles; Beauty and the Beast; Transition No. 1; Transition No. 2; The Hunt; The Gift; The Garden; Transition No. 3; Transition No. 4; The Tragedy; Transition No. 5; The Enchanted Glove; Tears As Diamonds (The Gift Reverses); The Beast in Solitude; The Return of the Magnificent; Transition No. 6 (The Journey); The Pavilion of Diana; Transformation No.1; Transformation No. 2; The Final Curtain.


Additional Personnel / Information

Bill Nelson solo on all tracks.


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