The Narada Wilderness Collection

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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Narada's The Narada Wilderness Collection is as lush as the mountain pine that graces its cover. Sixteen tracks from as many different artists fill out its margins, and most draw their inspiration from wood, water, and the environment. Though David Arkenstone's "Yosemite" doesn't really go anywhere, the South American rhythms of Bernardo Rubaja's "Break of Day" are warm and inviting and "Sahara Sunrise" from Ralf Illenberger accesses the spare, windswept qualities of that region. In this way, The Narada Wilderness Collection remains rooted in its theme. And though it never strays fully into that dark land of new age conventionalism, where it's easy to get caught up in ...
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All Music Guide - Johnny Loftus
Narada's The Narada Wilderness Collection is as lush as the mountain pine that graces its cover. Sixteen tracks from as many different artists fill out its margins, and most draw their inspiration from wood, water, and the environment. Though David Arkenstone's "Yosemite" doesn't really go anywhere, the South American rhythms of Bernardo Rubaja's "Break of Day" are warm and inviting and "Sahara Sunrise" from Ralf Illenberger accesses the spare, windswept qualities of that region. In this way, The Narada Wilderness Collection remains rooted in its theme. And though it never strays fully into that dark land of new age conventionalism, where it's easy to get caught up in one's own lushness, The Narada Wilderness Collection could stand to drop a little more environmental science on listeners' ears. Carol Nethen's "Early Moon and Firelight" is particularly powerful, sampling the calls and sounds of a forest sunrise and treating it for an extra eerie effect. But eventually, the track's ultra-clean contemporary instrumentalism takes over and dulls the effect of the crickets and loons. Wilderness will be like a mountain spring to Narada's faithful. But for those looking at the forest through the trees, it might leave a little to the imagination.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/13/1990
  • Label: Narada
  • UPC: 076742690526
  • Catalog Number: 26905

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Yosemite - David Arkenstone (5:38)
  2. 2 Break of Day - Bernardo Rubaja (4:02)
  3. 3 Sahara Sunrise - Ralf Illenberger (4:04)
  4. 4 Wonderland - Spencer Brewer (3:57)
  5. 5 Fragile Majesty - Eric Tingstad (6:03)
  6. 6 Tal - Trapezoid (3:55)
  7. 7 Northern Morning - Peter Buffett (4:59)
  8. 8 Ocala - Wayne Gratz (5:07)
  9. 9 White Water - Doug Cameron (4:45)
  10. 10 Woodland Mission - William Ellwood (3:39)
  11. 11 Wildflowers - Michael Jones (7:23)
  12. 12 Early Moon and Firelight - Carol Nethen (5:05)
  13. 13 Return to Emerald Forest - Richard Souther (4:01)
  14. 14 Glacier and Flower - Jim Jacobsen (3:33)
  15. 15 Madre de la Tierra - David Lanz (3:26)
  16. 16 Lament for Hetch Hetchy - Alasdair Fraser (4:38)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
David Arkenstone Keyboards, Track Performer, DX-7, Korg M1, Roland D50
Spencer Brewer Keyboards, Track Performer
Peter Buffett Synclavier, Track Performer
Doug Cameron Violin, Track Performer
David Darling Cello
William Ellwood Guitar, Percussion, Keyboards, Track Performer
Wayne Gratz Keyboards, Track Performer
Ralf Illenberger Synthesizer, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Synthesizer Guitar, Track Performer
Jim Jacobsen Synthesizer, Clarinet, Wind, Sampling, Track Performer
Michael Jones Piano, Track Performer
David Lanz Piano, Track Performer
Bernardo Rubaja Synthesizer, Percussion, Wind, Track Performer, Charango
Richard Souther Synthesizer, Track Performer
Tingstad & Rumbel Track Performer
Trapezoid Track Performer
Justo Almario Woodwind
Ian Thomas Strings
Kim Robertson Harp, celtic harp
Alasdair Fraser Violin, Viola, Track Performer
Mark Gasbarro Keyboards
Coco Roussel Drums
Alex Acuña Percussion
Sara Baranian Piano
Larry Bard Percussion
David Cameron Violin
Larry Cohn Keyboards
Rick Crittenden Bass
Karen Doe Flute
Keith Field Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Michael Fisher Percussion
Steve Forman Percussion
Tim Gorman Keyboards
Ken Gorz Synthesizer, Sampling
Clayton Haslop Violin
Jerry Hey Trumpet
Paula Hochhalter Cello
Cheryl Hurwitz Violin
Michael Jochum Drums
Jimmy Johnson Bass
Emory Lester Mandolin
Ronald MacDonald Bass
Mike Miller Guitar
Carol Nethen Keyboards, Track Performer, EMU Proteus 2, Korg M1
Novi Novag Viola
Billy Oskay Violin
Claudia Parducci Violin
Eric Persing Synthesizer
Peter Mark Prince Bass, Fretless Bass Guitar
Joe Pusateri Percussion
Frederico Ramos Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Bob Reed Synthesizer, Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Alto Saxophone
Paul Reisler Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
John "J.R." Robinson Drums
Nancy Rumbel Horn, English Horn, Oboe, Track Performer, Korg M1
Gali Sanchez Percussion
Büdi Siebert Flute, Percussion, Oboe, Oboe D'amore, Pan Flute/Pan Pipes, Pan Pipes
Eric Tingstad Synthesizer, Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar, Classical Guitar
Tim Valdes Percussion
Ken Yerke Violin
Mark Miller Guitar
Bobby Read Synthesizer, Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Soprano Saxophone
Novi Novog Viola
Mike Smith Percussion
Mark Gasbarrow Keyboards
Gail Ricardo Sanchez Percussion
Ron MacDonald Bass
Michael Smith Percussion
Don Davis Conductor
Jimmy Johnson Bass
Calvin Smith French Horn
Technical Credits
David Arkenstone Arranger, Programming, Producer
Peter Buffett Producer, Engineer
Doug Cameron Arranger, Producer
William Ellwood Producer
Ralf Illenberger Producer
Jim Jacobsen Producer, WX7 Wind Controller
David Lanz Producer
Bernardo Rubaja Arranger, Producer
Richard Souther Arranger
Ian Thomas Contributor
Paul Speer Producer
Wolfgang Augustin Engineer
Paul Berolzheimer Engineer
David Cameron Producer
Gary Epstein Engineer
Ken Gorz Programming, Engineer
Randy Kling Mastering
Eric Lindert Producer, Executive Producer
Larry "Larz" Nefzger Engineer
Carol Nethen Producer
Billy Oskay Producer, Engineer
Eric Persing Contributor, Sound Design
Gibbs Platen Engineer
Bob Reed Producer, Engineer
Paul Reisler Producer
Nancy Rumbel Producer
Hal Sacks Arranger, Producer, Engineer
Talley Sherwood Engineer
Bruce Sugar Engineer
Eric Tingstad Programming, Producer, Contributor
Eric Tomlinson Engineer
David Vartanian Engineer
Robert Cobban Contributor
Bobby Read Composer, Producer, Engineer
Don Davis Arranger, Producer
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