такой мир что хочется вечно жить в теле создавать специальные лаборатории или целые города омоложения и наперекор старости поддерживать тонус молодости и жить не работая а работают и обслуживают киборги
Hello friends! I'm Mike Winchester of [artist]WMRI[/artist]. I want to invite you to my recent reissues of two epic Berlin School EM albums from 2010. They were available only on CD, but now they are officially free for download as web-releases on our label [label]USC[/label]. Here's the links: [url=http://uscu.unitedstudios.ru/2013/11/wmri-source-of-universal-energy.html]The Source of Universal Energy[/url] | [url=http://uscu.unitedstudios.ru/2013/10/wmri-etherworlds.html]Etherworlds[/url].
I have the albums And The Stars Go With You, Lumia Nights and Ixlandia (love the saxophone in some songs and the guitar in "Le Tresor") and how thankful I am to know his works and to be able to fully appreciate it. Yes, this is how "space ambient" should sound.
Hearing his work live was otherworldly, and meeting him was too. He had this way about him, when you talk to him, it's like he and you are the only ones in the universe. Truly a remarkable man, and a remarkable musician!
Jonn Serrie is the "Grand Old Man" of spacemusic to coin a phrase. He almost single-handedly create the 'genre'. He music stands alone as a testament to his talent. If you've listened to artists like: Geodesium, Galactic Anthems, Max Corbacho, Ian Boddy, Meg Bowles, Spacecraft, Palancar, Stephanie Sante, John Lyell, Michael Stearns, and Alpha Wave Music; then you should get the point. His 'Planetary Chronicles Vol. I' is a good place to start your beginning galactic odyssey. Jonn's one of the best!