We have travelled a great distance to San Francisco, on a fantastic mission from the far future, intending to play supporting roles in our all-time favorite chronovision production: Rotundum 1 Unfortunately, it seems that nobody here has ever heard of "chronovision production". Still, good tools are close at hand. We begin laying down a nice spiral groove... __ With the CD you'll receive a 32-page booklet ("The booklet is amazing!"; "The booklet is like... wow!") introducing key elements of the mission we woke up to: the upcoming chronovision production Rotundum 1 (starting in 2013), the lunar-solar Spiral Calendar, the 26-year Regeneration Rotundum, pictures from the very first chronovision quest here in San Francisco, the spiral tuned guitar, and all of the lyrics. __ "It is magical! It certainly transformed my campus office from the moment I slid it into my computer." -- Camille Paglia - author, professor, Salon.com columnist "Mixing in reggae rhythms with smooth soft rock, Dream Art Science are a cerebral mash-up. With beautiful female vocals, these San Francisco natives write compelling songs about dreams and spirituality. Singer Beverly was raised in Jamaica and that's perhaps where the reggae influences originate while Kevin has had a storied musical background that includes a stint backing up blues legend T-Bone Walker." -- Smother.net "Sumptuous reggae grooves, melodic, perfectly seasoned guitar, combined with luscious, delectable vocals, blending into savory, well-crafted songs." -- Michael Shrieve - drummer (Santana, etc.)
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