Wright, David and friends – Music for Angels


Released: 2011 By AD Music

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  1. Love’s Purest Light [8:03]
  2. Angels in the Sunlight [22:16]
  3. Eternal Reincarnation [36:45]

Music by David Wright – Neil Fellowes and Nigel Turner-Heffer

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Weight 105 g



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1 review for Wright, David and friends – Music for Angels

  1. Sylvain Lupari / gutsofdarkness.com & synth&sequences.com

    New Age? Humph! Only David Wright could have convinced me to re-dip my ears into this insipid and boring musical style. Because I already gave and you can be sure about it! In the 70s, in North America, we vaguely heard about the psychedelico-electronic movement that was going on in Europe. Of course we knew about TD and radio stations played some Jarre, Vangelis and Kraftwerk. But we had to have good contacts in order to find the right records store that wasn’t afraid of digging to get great EM importations and the music of Schulze, Ashra and others. With Virgin, we discovered the music of Tangerine Dream and Mike Oldfield and HMV distributed the IC catalogue, but that was all. So, doors were wide open to New Age. And radio airings were infested by it. Artists, including TD, coming from catalogues such as Narada, Private Music, Windham Hill, Miramar and others, had all the room and threw the real EM in commercial oubliettes to conceive some music with soft rhythms and celestial tones. We were far from pure EM. Then after came Internet, and artists’ discovery such as Andy Pickford, Mark Shreeve, Ian Boddy and David Wright. Artists who, from the bottom of their dens, continued against winds and tide to create avant-gardist music which, on the other hand, only pleased to a small audience and was being avoided by labels and producers who considered it too complex.

    This long introduction brings us to the new vocation of A.D. Music label which will produce a new music series of relaxation. This new orientation answers a real need and a greater demand of a very active public which is dying to hear New Age, from where the group Trinity (not to be confused with Trinity of Ian Boddy and Klaus Hoffmann-Hoock who assisted David Wright) and the album Music for Angels. Trinity is formed by David Wright, Neil Fellowes and NigelTurner-Heffer; 3 musicians having a vast and solid background in progressive and electronic music with Code Indigo and in solos who accepted to raise the challenge and create a progressive style New Age.

    A delicate waterfall awakens the rhythm of acoustic guitar riffs which, on his turn, gets a soft synth out of its musical hibernation. With its synth to angelic winds and fine orchestral arrangements, the very airy tempo of Loves Purest Light” shines of its twinkling arpeggios to offer a soft rhythmic imprinted of oniric sweetness. The rhythm on is light with this acoustic guitar filled of harmonious riffs

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