John Sherwood
"Ambient" albums

These are individual albums,
not part of any series, and are all
packaged in slimline jewel cases

 



Listen to the tracks  
from these all albums
on this Soundcloud page

 
A Floating Field of Perpetual Transformation
A new release (2019) 
The title track contains two great sequences, then the Ambient 
version lets you drift away into great washes of moving sound
patterns - a very full CD just under 80 minutes

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Tracks

1. A Floating Field of Perpetual Transformation

52:00

2. AFFOPT Ambient Version

27:47



Time
Time, as the title suggests, is all about time.
Additionally some of the tracks are based on tracks by other artists
Rift Valley is based on The Rift by Phil Booth
In a Foreign Field and Victory Reversed are based on tracks
by Steve Munslow from the Remembrance album
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Tracks

1. Timestreams Rift Valley Beyond Andromeda

9:13

2. Picoseconds

11:13

3. Rings of Saturn Elegy Wind of Change

9:10

4. In a Foreign Field Wind of Time

7:31

5. Cage (2004 version)

15:07

6. Victory Reversed After Time Ended

11:06


4m33s Extended Live at Awakenings 2005
This is the live set from Awakenings on 10th June 2005 when John joined
up with HyperEx Machina to play a double length set, due to another artist
pulling out. HyperEx played mainly guitar throughout the set, and his 
contribution completely changed the outcome, very much for the better. 

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Tracks

1. Visions

8:22

2. Neuronium

11:10

3. Rubycon

10:14

4. Beyond Andromeda

11:01

5. Inscription

3:05

6. Daliesque Cloud Formation

24:35

When one of the bands for Awakenings pulled out with no time
left, the JS set had to become double length, to prevent a
'hole' in the running order. So that the audience would not be 
totally bored with this, he asked HyperEx Machina to add his 
guitar parts to the tracks. Although he only almost no time 
to practice, his playing fits in really well, and takes the 
JS sound into another dimension.

 

The Piece With No Name
This was recorded in a single day, all tracks are first take,
except for the Single Edit, which as you'd expect by the name, 
was put together from parts of the other tracks.
Inspired by a Harrison Birtwhistle piece seen on the Proms,
the entire album was done on just one voice of one synth,
withe the left hand doing the drum parts, and the right hand
doing the lead parts.

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Tracks

1. Theme

4:54

2. Variation

6:34

3. Drum Solo I

2:34

4. Exploration

10:34

5. Drum Solo II

6:08

6. Finale

10:25

7. Single Edit

4:10