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Album Review

Joining Gerber is John Rose and Diane Timmons on synthesizers. Timmons' angelic, wordless choir vocals add an ethereal human dimension There is a definite Tangerine Dream sequenced Tangram structure to "The Summon" which comes off quite well. "Explorations In Space" is more of a Jonn Serrie/Steve Roach thing but evokes strongly the darker galactic atmospherics of Spacecraft, another Gerber, Rose, Timmons, et al project. "Galileo" returns to a sequenced T. Dream/ Kitaro snippet. "Hummel," the title track opens with phased cosmic winds and a very Edgar Froese solo feel. I heard Aqua, Stuntman, and even that T. Dream classic, Rubycon .Gerber adds guitar in this track's outro. "Dialogues of Energy" is a percussive, ethnic-tribal, chime-vibes, Water Music-ish piece with Nik Tyndall tendencies that is a nice rhythmic change-of-pace. A bit of Peter Buffet piano is woven into the crystalline passages. "Astrollenium" crawls all over you in the thick heaviness of a droning, resonant mass. Gerber solos on an overdriven, infinite-sustain guitar. Timmons' lilting and haunting voice massages your spinal column. We are treated to more of Timmons on "De Profundis" as she chant-sings a psalm in Latin. ~ John W. Patterson, Rovi


Formed: 1996

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The improvisational space music trio Spacecraft formed in 1996, when keyboardist/guitarist/artist Tony Gerber and keyboardist/composer John Rose became inspired by image and sound mappings from the space shuttle Voyager. The duo used the data to program new sounds for their synthesizers, and added vocalist/keyboardist Diane Timmons to help complete the project. The group released their self-title debut in 1997, which was released on the Nashville, TN-based Lektronic Soundscapes label. Their next...
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