A Universe to Come

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All Music Guide - Stacia Proefrock
A Universe to Come gets off to a refreshingly different start with its club-friendly "Dub Gubbi," its Indian drones shimmering under a groovy mix of organic and electronic percussion. It sets the tone for this album, which doesn't seem otherwise to stretch itself too far outside of standard ethnic fusion mores with its Asian and Native American-style source material chopped, looped and sequenced by programmer Jim Wilson. The feel of the album is laid-back and mystical, but it seems to be as much about the beat as it is about the ideas, which is a good thing -- much of the music in this genre takes itself too seriously. There is one song ("I Am") which does seem to ...
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All Music Guide - Stacia Proefrock
A Universe to Come gets off to a refreshingly different start with its club-friendly "Dub Gubbi," its Indian drones shimmering under a groovy mix of organic and electronic percussion. It sets the tone for this album, which doesn't seem otherwise to stretch itself too far outside of standard ethnic fusion mores with its Asian and Native American-style source material chopped, looped and sequenced by programmer Jim Wilson. The feel of the album is laid-back and mystical, but it seems to be as much about the beat as it is about the ideas, which is a good thing -- much of the music in this genre takes itself too seriously. There is one song ("I Am") which does seem to carry just the right amount of poetic power, perhaps because it takes its text from a somewhat unconventional source, The Gnostic Gospels. Overall, A Universe to Come is a soothing, peaceful album that seems to have its best moments when it shakes things up a bit.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/5/2002
  • Label: New Earth Records
  • UPC: 714266211123
  • Catalog Number: 2111

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Dub Gubbi (4:54)
  2. 2 Ayahuasca Healing - Benjamin Mahua (4:44)
  3. 3 Rahda Ramana (5:23)
  4. 4 Temple Doors (4:15)
  5. 5 Swept Away - Gina Salá (6:30)
  6. 6 A Distant Realm - Armand Amar (5:11)
  7. 7 Shanti Puja - Krishna Das (6:36)
  8. 8 In the Garden of Nothing (3:16)
  9. 9 Durga - Sita Jamieson (4:35)
  10. 10 Ayahuasca Wind (5:10)
  11. 11 A Universe to Come - Consuelo Luz (6:05)
  12. 12 I Am - Bernard Pomerance (6:38)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Tulku Primary Artist
Mark Clark Percussion, Bongos
Polly Ferber Percussion
Geoffrey Gordon Percussion
Jai Uttal Banjo, Vocals, Dotar
Jim Wilson Keyboards, Slide Guitar
Tim Reynolds Guitar
Krishna Das Vocals
John Gagin Fretless Bass Guitar
James Twyman Vocals
Sita Jamieson Caddle Vocals
Consuelo Luz Choir, Chorus
Gabriel L. Osuna spanish guitar
Kevin Zoernig Keyboards
Mario Vocals
Wind Hughes Choir, Chorus
Benjamin Mahua Vocals
Pancho Vocals
Bernard Pomerance Narrator
Gina Salá Choir, Chorus
Coco Toulouze Choir, Chorus
Laurie Wilmot Choir, Chorus
Technical Credits
Geoffrey Gordon Dub Engineer
Tim Stroh Engineer, Digital Editing
Jim Wilson Programming, Producer, Liner Notes
Armand Amar Programming
Dave Glasser Mastering
Walker Bernard Engineer
Waduda Paradiso Art Direction
Thomas Grignon Graphic Design
Pablo Amaringo Cover Art
David V. Gregoli Engineer
Willem Malten Location Recording
Walker Barnard Engineer
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