Lumia Nights

Lumia Nights

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by Jonn Serrie
     
 

Jonn Serrie is one of the great space music composers of the 20th and 21st centuries. He is also an expert composer of electronic new age romance music. Lumia Nights features some of the best of both worlds. Serrie runs the gamut but does not go to the dark side to capture his space elements. His music is timeless as he generates…  See more details below

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Jonn Serrie is one of the great space music composers of the 20th and 21st centuries. He is also an expert composer of electronic new age romance music. Lumia Nights features some of the best of both worlds. Serrie runs the gamut but does not go to the dark side to capture his space elements. His music is timeless as he generates good will, solid vibes, and positive karma at every level.

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Release Date:
06/10/2003
Label:
Valley
UPC:
0618321517222
catalogNumber:
15172
Rank:
118824

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Lumia Nights 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Tracts 1-3 of this CD are about as sweet as ~new age jazz~ can get. Serrie is a fantastic composer and intrumentalist, aside from his being the best space jock out there. Track 7 is typical Serrie, beautifully rendering his version of spacial asymmetry. The last two tracks 8 and 9 are some of his best ambient works ever. "Lumahai" has a rare Earthly ambience that sounds like life is being created all around you for the first time. It's basically a blissful walk through paradise. Tract 9, "From Here to Eternity" is sort of a re-creation of an older piece ("Stratos", one of his absolute best rides) but I think "Eternity" is even better, if that's possible. Like Stratos, Eternity wraps you up in a retrospective sanctuary. It has an incredible lattitude of expression. I'm not sure if this is what Jonn intended, but whatever mood you're in, this piece seems to really reinforce that feeling. Tracks 4-6 are sort of transitional demarcation points between the real and surreal themes of this CD. Good stuff.