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Message Service

Ambient Experimental Space Music

 
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Message Service

 

 

AMBIENT EXPERIMENTAL SPACE MUSIC

 

This is ambient experimental space music. It is performed on a Fender Telecaster with evolving percussion creating lush sounds that carry the listener in a ceremonial feel. It's a movement of textural sound combinations creating colors for the mind. The album is one entire movement broken up into segments. My attempt was to do something different with the electric guitar. I did not rely on synthesized or midi sounds. I used a Cello bow, a distortion pedal and a delay pedal. The percussion instruments include hand drum, bells & cymbals. In editing and mixing, some tracks are moving backward. Enjoy this transmission from my galaxy to yours.

 

Written, Performed, Recorded and Produced by

Antony De Gennaro

Mixed by Don Gunn

Remaster by Antony De Gennaro
re released Jan 7, 2014
 

REVIEWS: "This work is in the original pioneering spirit that inspired Space Pirate Radio in 1973. This work has that original spirit of freedom that we got from the first days of Pink Floyd, expanded upon by Popol Vuh, Ash Ra Tempel, Amon Duul 2, Heldon and others. Bravo and keep the spirit. Like the artists I mentioned, I will be going back to your album long after the bulk of New Age acoustic guitar, solo piano and so called healing works are filed and forgotten." Guy Guden, Space Pirate Radio. Move into the cosmic mind of US guitarist Antony De Gennaro. Unique electric guitar, ethnic percussion, eastern drones and sonorous organ chords a psychedelic ambient ensemble. This is fascinating music with hash smoke vibes. - Freak Emporium, UK 'The Message Service is a gripping composition of the best eclectic ambient guitar in my recent radio programming' -Flyingman (Mark Caldwell) WAWL, 'Light in the Night', Chattanooga, TN. Seven tracks of peacefully rarefied exotica from the northwesterner Antony De Gennaro... With thoughtful pacing and an amiably straightforward approach, the paisley currents of The Message Service just "are". The dismissive non-listener could pass this off as "some kind of hippy music", but these accessible vibes are smoothed out into something rather more magical and just as effective. Nice work! - David J Opdyke We are loving The Message Service. 'Friday' has become a permanent part of our library, we'll be playing it 20 years from now! Thanks for coming up with such a unique, creative piece. -DJ Thornton, Morning Breeze, KSBR Jazz! FM 88.5 Mission Viejo, CA

REVIEWS:

"This work is in the original pioneering spirit that inspired Space Pirate Radio in 1973. This work has that original spirit of freedom that we got from the first days of Pink Floyd, expanded upon by Popol Vuh, Ash Ra Tempel, Amon Duul 2, Heldon and others. Bravo and keep the spirit. Like the artists I mentioned, I will be going back to your album long after the bulk of New Age acoustic guitar, solo piano and so called healing works are filed and forgotten." Guy Guden, Space Pirate Radio.

Move into the cosmic mind of US guitarist Antony De Gennaro. Unique electric guitar, ethnic percussion, eastern drones and sonorous organ chords a psychedelic ambient ensemble. This is fascinating music with hash smoke vibes.

- Freak Emporium, UK

'The Message Service is a gripping composition of the best eclectic ambient guitar in my recent radio programming'

-Flyingman (Mark Caldwell) WAWL, 'Light in the Night', Chattanooga, TN.

Seven tracks of peacefully rarefied exotica from the northwesterner Antony De Gennaro... With thoughtful pacing and an amiably straightforward approach, the paisley currents of The Message Service just "are". The dismissive non-listener could pass this off as "some kind of hippy music", but these accessible vibes are smoothed out into something rather more magical and just as effective. Nice work!
- David J Opdyke

We are loving The Message Service. 'Friday' has become a permanent part of our library, we'll be playing it 20 years from now! Thanks for coming up with such a unique, creative piece.

-DJ Thornton, Morning Breeze, KSBR Jazz! FM 88.5 Mission Viejo, CA