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Album Review

Colors of the Mind is a set of psychoactive overtones by Steve Gorn. Mixing flutes and bowls, Gorn builds atmospheres from nothingness. His solo flute passages have space music appeal. The acoustic drones from the bowls penetrate directly and deeply. He balances those effects with some subtle electronics. On track two — "Shayam: The Dark One" — he has added some Tibetan-style chants, which do not enhance the music at all. This CD will appeal to fans of Klaus Wiese, Karma Moffett, Henry Wolff & Nancy Hennings, and Anugama.


Genre: World

Years Active: '00s

Steve Gorn is a master of the bamboo flute. A disciple of the late bansuri master Sri Gour Goswami of Calcutta, Gorn continues to expand the tradition with his innovative recordings and performances. In addition to several impressive solo albums, including Luminous Ragas (released in 1994) and featuring four North Indian classical ragas, Gorn has collaborated with a lengthy list of world and jazz musicians. Asian Journal, released in 1979, was recorded with Nana Vasconcelos and Badal Roy, while Steel...
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