Cosmologica by moonbooter

moonbooter

Cosmologica

12 tracks

Running time: 1:12:32
Released: 01/2011

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  01   Outset of Time - 2:36
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  02   2011 - 5:22
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  03   Mare Tranquillitatis - 6:16
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  04   Dipolar - 7:53
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  05   Mondkanone - 5:25
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  06   the Carrousel - 7:04
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  07   Origin of Oxygene - 5:05
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  08   Spacerace - 7:13
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  09   Superflare - 5:33
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  10   50000 Quaoar - 7:27
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  11   Intermedium - 6:13
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  12   unraged - 6:25
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More Info

When I played my first concert at Zeiss Planetarium Bochum in February 2009, the feedback from the audience and guests was more than positive. So, I of course accepted the invitation of Planetarium Bochum and the host schallwende e.V. for the year-end concert 2010. Only having short preparation time in 2009, I already knew the date for this year’s concert in summer 2010. Highly motivated I produced the music for this concert with the title “HELLO 2011” during the last months and the project “Cosmologica” developed. This title can be regarded as homage to my albums “Cosmoclimax” and “Teralogica”. And that on purpose: “Cosmologica” is supposed to continue the naïve-coltish ideas of my debut album and moreover owns the elegant and mature moonbooter-sound of the latest albums. Furthermore, “Cosmologica” should fit into the well known fantastic Planetarium-atmosphere without denying my rhythm-oriented sound. I refused all my knowledge about Space Music, as pure spheres and flats were not my intention. Something should happen. Music should be heard, felt and experienced. That already worked with “Cosmoclimax”. No rules. I was only inspired by my imagination of what I wanted to listen to underneath the starry sky. Scientific and partly philosophic lecture about quasars, the interstellar medium,
black holes and much more from more than 200 episodes of “Alpha Centauri” helped in a way. So, I spent some summer nights outside observing the sky to sketch musical ideas instantly. That was fun which also reflects in the music. I automatically used more acoustic instruments and played even the guitar parts myself. Together with electronic sounds a symbiosis had been created in which both worlds cannot be differentiated. These differences have been continued consequently with partly melancholic but also humorous melodies. “Cosmologica” became a captivating space album, which convinces musically and sound-technically.