Connected by David Wright

David Wright

Connected

14 tracks

Running time: 1:14:59
Released: 11/2012

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  01   Elemente der Psychophysik - 7:51
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  02   Constant Perceptions - 6:37
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  03   Stimulous Response - 4:37
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  04   Sensory Perception - 6:10
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  05   The Science of Consciousness - 4:37
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  06   The Threshold of Perception - 5:35
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  07   Sensory Overload - 5:28
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  08   Into the Void - 4:03
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  09   Confusing Ambiguity - 5:06
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  10   Picture Thinkers - 4:25
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  11   Signal Transduction - 3:15
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  12   Connected - 5:41
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  13   Social Contagion - 5:51
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  14   Invisible Webs - 5:43
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'Connected' is David Wright's 24th solo album - a superbly crafted, roller coaster ride through electronic music styles that US 'Echoes' Radio host John Diliberto has described as: "David Wright's best musical work too date". The album is packed with David's trademark melodic themes, all expertly underpinned by some of his best ever sequencing and rhythms, and interlinked with a series of imaginative and amazingly sonically beautiful space music passages. There is an epic scope to this music that is breathtaking! Also, paradoxically for electronic music, there is an organic feel, as it twists and turns through 14 interconnected tracks, with lush rhythmic landscapes being driven forward by exciting leads and inspired multi-layered arrangements. Everything is "connected" by repeating themes and occasional voice textures that just add an extra beauty and dynamic range to the mix. David Wright's music has evolved and matured over the years as he has aspired to vary what he does with each new release, always seeking to try something new, and that has never been more evident than with 'Connected', where he has produced one of the most diverse, beautifully produced and accomplished musical statements of his career.

(from CDS review) This is THE best David Wright album in years... It's EPIC! All the expected elements of a DW CD are here: Fantastic cosmic passages, huge Vangelis-style grandiose melodies, infectious sequenced rhythmic flows and a whole lot more too. There's an amazing new aggression to his music that will thrill like some of the great Shreeve, Pickford, Teubner synth albums from the 90's did and when you've finished listening you'll feel like you've just sat through a fantastic sci-fi movie with all the thrills and spills that comes with it.