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Album Review

Trust is one of Patrick O'Hearn's more popular CDs, owing mostly to its consistency. He has been able to perform — even prosper — in many different e-music styles. On this disc, he limits himself to two or three styles, and it works. The dark textures and overtones allow listeners to settle and get intimate with O'Hearn's soundscapes and atmospheres. This is not scary or disturbing dark ambience. It is not psychoacoustic. It is somber. It's a good disc, and will appeal to fans of Jonn Serrie, John Flomer, and Kevin Braheny.

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An Amazing Album

The aural landscapes that he creates in this album are expansive and take you places that you've not been before.

Biography

Born: September 06, 1954 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In the early '80s, this bassist and synthesist was mired in the glitz and grind of pop music as a member of the group Missing Persons. Then friend Peter Baumann, best known for his work with Tangerine Dream, made O'Hearn an offer he couldn't refuse. Baumann had visions of starting a record label catering to his first love, contemporary electronic music, and he wanted O'Hearn to become a charter member of the new company. Nearly a decade and a half-dozen albums later, O'Hearn is still amazed at the...
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