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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.


Born: 06 September 1954 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: New Age

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

An unlikely new age stalwart and musical renaissance man, composer/multi-instrumentalist Patrick O'Hearn started his career as a prominent jazz bassist (Charles Lloyd, Dexter Gordon), then became a Frank Zappa sideman, and later found fame as the bass player/synthesist for new wave group Missing Persons. Turning to electronic music, his first album of keyboard instrumentals, Ancient Dreams, was produced by Peter Baumann and released in 1990 on Private Music, Baumann's own label. O'Hearn signed to...
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