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Shane Morris And Dan Miñoza - The Ritual Space

Shane Morris And Dan Miñoza - The Ritual Space

Performer: Shane Morris And Dan Miñoza
Title: The Ritual Space
Style: Drone, Ambient
Released: 27 Nov 2010
Cat#: earman155
Country: US
Label: Earth Mantra
Size MP3 version: 2147 mb
Size FLAC version: 1474 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 694
Genre: Electronic

Shane Morris And Dan Miñoza - The Ritual Space


1Ritual Observances55:29


  • Artwork By [Original] – Mike Hunter
  • Performer, Recorded ByDan Miñoza, Shane Morris


Performed and recorded live at the Kansas City Electro-Music Festival in July 2010.


The Ritual Space by Shane Morris and Dan Minoza, released 29 March 2020 1. Ritual Observances 2. Chandrakantha Ritual Space was recorded live in July 2010 at the Kansas City Electro-Music Festival in Parkville, Missouri. Not only was this music completely improvised with no rehearsals, but these are the very first notes Shane Morris and Dan Minoza ever played together. The result was an incredible mesh of ambient and dark ambient sounds fused together by two musicians that were completely tuned to the same wavelength on this day. Shane Morris and Dan Minoza were those two artists, and this beautiful album, entitled The Ritual Space, is a gorgeous excerpt from that singular live concert. Shane's tasteful keyboard work complemented Dan's guitar masterfully, but we particularly enjoyed his use of percussion and bowed gong to create otherworldly sound textures. Shane is a multi-instrumentalist in the truest sense of the word, and it was quite inspiring to see his performance in the flesh. So it is our profound honor to present to you The Ritual Space, the live concert by Dan Minoza and Shane Morris. We hope to hear much more from these two masters of the ambient form again in the future. The Ritual Space. Digital Media. XW2010-11-27. Earth Mantra. earman155. Release group information. Artist: Shane Morris and Dan Miñoza. Listen to music from Shane Morris and Dan Minoza like Chandrakantha, Ritual Observances & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Shane Morris and Dan Minoza. Track name. The Ritual Space - Earth Mantra - earman155 - 2010 - 01-Ritual Observances. Shane Morris and Dan Minoza - Ritual Observances, Dan Minoza and Shane Morris - Black Lotus, Shane Morris & Dan Minoza - Black Lotus Shane Morris - ONE, 2015 и другие скачать в mp3 и слушать музыку. Shane Morris is a BMI recording artist with music released at Spotted PeccaryLotuspike, Relaxed Machinery, and independently, as well as many releases licensed in Creative Commons. Shane Morris 3 And Dan Miñoza - The Ritual Space 2xFile, MP3, 320. The Space Ritual Alive in Liverpool and London commonly known as Space Ritual is a 1973 live double album recorded in 1972 by UK rock band Hawkwind. It is their fourth album, reached 9 in the UK album charts and briefly dented the Billboard Top 200, peaking at 179. The album was recorded during the tour to promote their Doremi Fasol Latido album, which comprises the bulk of this set. In addition there are new tracks Born To Go, Upside Down and Orgone Accumulator and the songs are. Исполнитель: Shane Morris and Dan Minoza Альбом: The Ritual Space Год выхода: 2010 Жанр : Ambient, Electronic, Drone Время: 1:11:17 min Качество: 320kbps Размер: 171Mb Tracklist: . Tracklist: Observances 55:29 15:48. Ссылка 1 Ссылка 2 Ссылка 3. Add album to Cart. Equinox 2011. The Descent With Q 2011. Complex Silence 20 2011. Magnetosphere 2009. Premonition 2010. Set The Penfield Mood Organ For Aware 2011. Ritual Observances. Discography of Shane Morris. Album title. The Descent With Q

Review by Mystified
I am usually not especially into live performances, with a few exceptions, but, ironically, my reviewing has pulled me into that direction, recently with my review of a piece by Mystahr, and now by the latest on Earth Mantra by Shane Morris and Dan Minoza.

Most reviewers would probably point out that it is indeed impressive how smooth and beautiful the music is on this release, especially given that these two performers had never played a note together until this recording. And I would agree. I would go a bit further and point out that, as a recording, it is excellent.

Processed acoustic sounds mesh with bursts of electronic sounds. Melodies form and develop, drifiting past, much like in Obmana and Roach’s famous jam, “Spirit Dome”. And quite nice is the ability of the two artists to support one another– there is absolutely no sense of hostility or competition here, just a feeling of organic wholeness, in which one artist’s inspirations are quickly reinforced by the other’s.

So, don’t listen to “Ritual Space” as an apology for live ambient jams– listen because it is an excellent recording and worth your time.

Review by Mystified http://enoughrec.wordpress.com/2010/11/28/review-shane-morris-and-dan-minoza-the-ritual-space/