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The Fire and the Rose

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After the triumphant and critically acclaimed debut Asfafa, England's Robert Fox has returned with another stellar album, The Fire and the Rose. Fox breathes life into his synthesizer to give rise to emotionally charged and spiritually uplifting sound poems which penetrate to the center of one's soul. Based on the theme of T.S. Eliot's book, The Four Quartets, Fox paints with grand symphonic chords, dynamic percussion and tubular bell tones which give one the exalted feeling of ascending in a space cathedral. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats, Rovi

Biografía

Nacido(a): 29 de enero de 1950 en Newcastle-under-Lyme, England

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '00s

Before his professional music career began, new age musician Robert Fox taught drama and art in British schools. However, after he acquired a Roland D50 synthesizer and produced the soundtrack to a youth production of A Midsummer's Night Dream in 1987, Fox became seriously interested in composition. Four years later, his debut album, Asfafa (which was re-released in 2000) came out. The '90s proved particularly fruitful for Fox, as he issued four more solo albums (including The Fire and the Rose,...
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