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Album Review

Emerald Web's last album is arguably the duo's best. The inspiration comes from an unusual juxtaposition of experiences. Several of the selections were inspired by Voyager's photographs of Neptune and its moons (Emerald Web provided music for a network of television programs on the space probe's rendezvous with Neptune). At the time this album was made, the composers were also spending a lot of time watching manatees swim in the waterways near their home, enjoying the graceful movements of these endangered marine mammals. The resulting music is mysterious and otherworldly while conveying a deep appreciation for life on this planet.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

In addition to releasing a dozen albums on various independent labels, husband-and-wife team Bob Stohl and Kat Epple have scored and produced music for numerous film and TV projects at the state-of-the-art recording studio in their Florida home. These projects have gained them numerous awards, including several Emmy and Addy awards and a 1986 Grammy nomination. In 1990 their close creative partnership ended when Stohl tragically drowned. Manatee Dreams of Neptune, one of the finest albums Emerald...
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