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Live in Pomona 2016

by Markus Reuter

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Allen Ray
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Allen Ray I absolutely *love* the scintillating tones Markus Reuter produces here throughout. The entire work is sublime, but the atmospheres of Part 1 in particular appeal to my "inner planetarium." The immense celestial tone ocean that keeps washing in and out calls forth so many moods and feelings all at once: joy, wonder, longing, melancholy, nostalgia, hope, inspiration, gratitude... Doubtless this will continue to be well received by my spirit for as long as I am here to receive. Favorite track: Part 1.
John Cratchley
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John Cratchley No cuts, no edits, no pre-planning...entirely in the moment; on the edge exploration with no safety on air but with space to develop ideas; it doesn't get better than that for prevailing conditions, I think...
Nick Bradey
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Nick Bradey The improvised work from Markus Reuter is always of interest. The influence of Robert Fripp is evident , but Reuter takes this further . Highly recommended .
Chris Anderson
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Chris Anderson Peaceful sound, and a loving sound....magical in this torn world.
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Part 1 45:50
Part 2 35:26
Part 3 26:20


Performed and recorded live on August 9 2016 during the radio show "Digital Dreams", hosted by Mark Dickson on WLFR. Stockton University, Pomona, NJ, USA. Presented here in its entirety, unedited and thus with some small audio flaws, but split into 3 sections because of file size limitations here on Bandcamp.


released November 18, 2016

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Recorded and mastered by Markus Reuter using a Moon by Simaudio Neo 230HAD headphone amp/DAC.

Cover artwork by an unknown artist

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Driver and support: George "G$" Bley


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