Connecting Dreamtime (62k bytes)
All Is One
|Robert Matt||keyboards, basses, glass tubes, sampling, programming|
|Annie Hilsberg||flutes, saxophones, swaramandala, glass tubes|
|Hanse Warns||glass tubes|
CD, Playing time 60:29 minutes
(1996) Higher Octave Music - HOMCD 7083
Yulara's easy, meditative jazz structures combine with sampling of diverse sources such as Japanese monks to produce a very listenable album. Annie Hilsberg's flute and saxophone are nicely done. Cyrung plays didjeridu on track 9, 'Connecting Dreamtime' with a funky rhythm, guitar and flute accompaniment.
Reviewer: John Morfit
Yulara means 'the howling of the dingos' and is the name of an Australian village close to Ayers Rock. Join Yulara on a colorful and imaginative tour of the original mutualities between different tribes or nations and nature. Saxophones, flutes, guitars and keyboards combine with didjeridu, chanting, environmental sounds and urban jazz rhythms to create a place where 'all is one'. We believe there is a place that lives within us all. It is a place of vision an clarity, where the rhythm of life moves in harmony with a higher consciousness. The purpose of our music is to take you there. 'As in music, so in life'.
Reviewer: liner notes