Mirrored Meridian is the moniker used for the electronic, ambient and soundtrack projects of a musician and composer currently based in Stoke-On-Trent.
Initially a guitarist, a love for keyboards and synthesizers began at the turn of the century and continues to... Read more...
A Sense Of Wonder (Vols 1 & 2)
Running time: 2:13:22
The Motion of The Earth - 6:43
Ever Changing Earth Pt1 (Business As Usual) - 7:21
Ever Changing Earth Pt2 (Thresholds Crossed) - 1:49
Ever Changing Earth Pt3 (Extinction) - 2:25
Ever Changing Earth Pt4 (A New Paradise) - 6:23
Oceans - 6:13
Sunset Memory - 5:08
Day Of A Thousand Tomorrows - 6:36
Colonisation - 7:07
The Lost Ocean Of Tethys - 6:50
This Beautiful Earth - 7:01
Formation Of The Earth - 6:07
A Sense Of Wonder Pt1 (Our Universe) - 7:20
A Sense Of Wonder Pt2 (Reaching For The Infinite) - 9:55
The Clouds Of Magellan Pt1 (The Magellanic Bridge) - 3:13
The Clouds Of Magellan Pt2 (Small Magellanic Cloud) - 5:38
The Clouds Of Magellan Pt3 (Large Magellanic Cloud) - 3:04
The Clouds Of Magellan Pt4 (The Magellanic Stream) - 4:08
Epsilon Eridani - 6:07
Over Enceladus - 4:58
Stardrift Pt1 (The Blueshift Gateway) - 3:50
Stardrift Pt2 (Lagrange Point) - 4:09
Stardrift Pt3 (Astrosphere) - 5:47
Stardrift Pt4 (Into The Deep Distance) - 5:30
NB: Best listened to in gapless format.
This double album represents the humble beginnings for Mirrored Meridian, with the tracks being recorded through 2007 to 2011. The two albums, A Sense Of Wonder (Earth) and A Sense Of Wonder (Universe), were intended as a personal musical homage to some of the wonders of our little blue planet and the immense universe in which we exist.
There is a mix of electronic styles, with influences ranging from 1970's Tangerine Dream, 1970's Jarre, Banco De Gaia, Vangelis etc.
Probably more 'song' based than the later Heliolatry album, but still an album with soundtrack tendencies and intended for drifting away with the imagination.
A bonus track, Formation Of The Earth, is included here at the end of Vol 1. Originally intended as the opening track for the 'Earth' album, but later abandoned.
Hope you enjoy!
Apollo 16 mission recordings and album images courtesy of NASA - www.nasa.gov