“Tibet” belongs to those albums that I have overlooked at the time it was initially released, and also never tracked down in the decades thereafter. It’s a majestic 48-minute soundtrack in five parts for the Windham Hill video of the same name, which provides a look at the place that’s commonly known as the “Roof of the World”.
The world music-oriented outcome provides the listener smooth, at times even ethereal synth washes wandering off and unfold subtle and calmly, with some guitar, bass, (jazzy-ish) trumpet and light rhythms entering the stage a bit later on several passages.
Although I personally expected a bit more from “Tibet”, those who like the sonic wandering and accomplished music found on old school Isham recordings (“Vapor Drawings”, “Film Music”) can give this a go as well.
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