Seed of the Essential
This is the fifth album of the German sound sculptors Roman Leykam (e-guitars) and Frank Mark (keyboards). It's a journey thru a restful soundscape with a touch of Brian Eno and Robert Fripp. It's not 'easy listening' music but instead you will find mostly mysterious sculptures in long synthesizer loops. The album is purely instrumental with a couple of voice samples at several tracks. Why is this album more expensive? It's a 73-minute CD with a 40-page booklet full of photo-artworks and aphorisms, all together in a slipcase. If you know Sylvian/Fripp's 'Damage', it looks almost the same. A recommendable album for listeners who like unusual electronic based music with introverted artworks.