Ian Boddy – Altair


Released: By DiN Records

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    CD 1 The Gatherings

  1. Shrine [9:00]
  2. Stay [10:09]
  3. Quantum Of Memory [10:30]
  4. Incognito [8:55]
  5. Altair [17:07]
  6. Two Blocks [13:36]
  7. The Thaumaturge [8:38]
    Total Time [77:54]

    CD 2 Stars End

  8. Sanctum [8:16]
  9. Unquiet [9:04]
  10. Spire [14:13]
  11. Apostasy [19:23]
  12. Remnants [12:06]
    Total Time [63:02]

From the The Gathering Concert in Philadelphia and Stars end live set.

Additional information

Weight 150 g

2 x CD



1 review for Ian Boddy – Altair

  1. Sylvain Lupari

    Ian Boddy is a regular on the Atlantic crossings, as evidenced by his many presences on the US East Coast and his appearances at The Gatherings of Philadelphia as well at the famous Chuck van Zyl’s Star’s End. Some of these concerts were put into CD-R or made available on download on DIN Bandcamp site with titles like Shrouded, Strange Attractors and Sepulcher. Other albums, such as React and the very solid Liverdelphia, were made as a manufactured CD. ALTAIR is a double album which follows the last journey of DiN’s boss in the city of fraternal love. And according to our friend Ian, this is the best record of his performances at the St-Mary’s Church and the premises of WXPN-FM. Beyond the sound quality, especially at Star’s End, and this electrical contact with the audience of The Gatherings, ALTAIR is also the opportunity to discover the new music of Ian Boddy whose last solo album dates back to 2016 with As Above So Below, which is very w e ll represented during the performance at The Gatherings. One finds also on this show nearly 40 minutes new music. Of this delicious musical nectar whose England School styles of Arc and Redshift are related to the Electronica vision of Ian Boddy. At this level, the CD at The Gatherings offers almost 78 minutes of pure pleasure. On the other hand, the CD of Star’s End proposes a new music which is more ambiospherical, although one doesn’t really meditate with Spire” and “Apostasy”. So

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