Album: Celestial Music 1978 - 2011. Celestial Music 1978 - 2011: Best 2 songs. Laraaji - All Pervading - Excerpt 04:58. Laraaji - Vision Song Suite 06:19. Album: Celestial Music 1978 - 2011. Laraaji: best 2 tracks. Laraaji - Approaching u My Orangeness, 2001 06:44. Alec Sims, Andi Goldman, Chris Allen, Lama Tashi, Laraaji, Sarah Benson - 5th Chakra Voice of Tomorrow Chakradance, 2004 09:56.
Ambient 3: Day of Radiance (1980) is an album by the American ambient musician Laraaji (alias Edward Larry Gordon), which was produced by Brian Eno. This album is the third entry of Eno’s Ambient series, which began in 1978 with Music for Airports, and was preceded by The Plateaux of Mirror. The series ended with On Land. Compared to the rest of the series, Day of Radiance features very little in the way of electronics.
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He began playing music on the streets in the 1970s, improvising trance-inducing jams on a modified autoharp processed through various electronic effects. Brian Eno saw him playing one night in Washington Square Park and invited him to record an album for his seminal Ambient series (Ambient 3: Day Of Radiance, released 1980)
Laraaji's solo album Cascade was released by the Relaxation Company in 1997. The following year, Laraaji played zither on Sacrifice, an album by Bill Laswell's ambient project Divination, released by Meta Records. Laraaji collaborated with Jonathan Goldman again for two more albums, Celestial Reiki (2000) and Celestial Reiki II (2002), both on Spirit Music. He recorded the 2001 album My Orangeness on a farm in Italy, with several local musicians. Laraaji collaborated with Phil Gruber on The Song of Indra, and with Nadi Burton on Sonic Sketches, both in 2006
Focussing on stringed instruments and utilising Laraaji’s signature zither, the album also features harps, guitars, and Persian santoor. It is split between solo recordings from Merz and various collaborations between the three musicians. Conceived as part of Merz’ Associated Artist residency at the Dampfzentrale music and contemporary dance venue in Bern, Dreams Of Sleep And Wakes Of Sound is described by Merz as adding some spirituality to the material life of the city. Listening to this album takes me to visions of a modern dance theatre in rigorous performance, notes Laraaji.
- Produced For – Celestial Vibration
- Recorded At – Noise New York
- Producer – Kramer , Laraaji