Deborah Martin – Eye Of The Wizard


Released: 2015 By Spotted Peccary Music

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  1. Dance Of The Faeries
  2. Watchers
  3. Lords Of The Vale
  4. Waiting
  5. Metamorphic
  6. The Alchemists Robe
  7. Eye Of The Wizard
  8. Into Mist

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Weight 105 g



Jewel Case

2 reviews for Deborah Martin – Eye Of The Wizard

  1. Richard Grtler / Bratislava, Slovakia

    Deborah Martin joined Spotted Peccary team in 1991, became partner/owner of this label and debuted on Tracks In Time” label compilation with several collaboration and solo contributions. In 1995 her first album “Under The Moon” was released

  2. Sylvain Lupari / &

    I admit! I’ve been downright caught by the charms of this other one very appealing album from Deborah Martin. Evidently that we are very far from the Berlin School lands or from the cosmic ambient territories, except that Eye of the Wizard is skillfully divided between the acoustics and the electronics with a skillful crescendo between both forms before exploding with a superb, and totally unexpected, piece of Electronica with the wonderful The Alchemist’s Robe”.

    But before all “Dance of the Faeries” begins this new chapter of the sonic stories written in Amerindian ancestral essences by a breeze which makes ring bells and makes dream an acoustic six-strings. The notes are in the tone of an introduction where the singings of the synth feign those of an Ocarina. The approach of ballad starts up after 80 seconds of thematic musing with notes of guitar which dance with manual percussions. Little by little the subtleties of synths weave t he atmospheres with a beautiful mixture of fluty singings and sibylline murmurs while the rhythm follows the lively blows from the riffs of the acoustic six-strings. “Watchers” is rather of the ambient ballad kind with a nice and subtle game of sequenced pulsations which form a sort of structure nesting near a tribal down-tempo. Less sibylline and more lively

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