As part of The New York Guitar Festival, this ensemble performed Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks, the 1983 ambient album by Brian Eno. Folowing the performance of the album in its entirety, the encore featured an improvised ambient-style jam. This was a free performance.

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Review by glenesis

glenesis it was amazing. The space is a beautiful glass atrium filled with very tall palm trees. The natural reverb is perfect for an ambient show such as this. The show was a tribute to a record that is a tribute to the missions to the moon, and as the band played, the nearly-full moon traversed the glass roof of the building, climbing over the building from the opposite side from the stage. It was a fairly intimate performance, with a quiet and respectful crowd.

What about the music? This album has been living on my iPod for a while, and the top-notch musicians delivered it beautifully, accompanying a visual show of NASA Apollo footage and stills. What can I say? Thank you to the musicians for the gift of this incredible, magickal performance.

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Review by RyanW

RyanW @TheArgus

I wish.
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Review by TheArgus

TheArgus Does a recoding of this circulate?
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