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Album Review

A prescient collection of tracks ranging from 1982's Now to 1994's Artifacts (with two unreleased tracks from 1997 rounding out the later material), Dreaming...Now, Then is easily the best collection of Steve Roach material available, displaying the excellence of early recordings from his debut albums, compiling almost 20 minutes of music from his landmark Dreamtime Return and catching the best tracks from his more expansive albums. For listeners who prefer his early material however, the CD reissue Now/Traveler may be a better choice.

Biography

Born: 1955 in California

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A longstanding leader in contemporary electronic music, composer and multi-instrumentalist Steve Roach drew on the beauty and power of the Earth's landscapes to create lush, meditative soundscapes influential on the emergence of ambient and trance. Born in California in 1955, Roach — inspired by the music of Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, and Vangelis — taught himself to play synthesizer at the age of 20; debuting in 1982 with the album Now, his early work was quite reminiscent of his...
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