Here’s another (again short) album of lush ambient/space music by William Linton who once more invites his listeners on a journey through imaginary and impressionistic musical landscapes.
Sonically, things are kept simple on “Wayfarer” with an occasional sparkle, while creating a comfortable atmospheric/new-age state. Just take pieces like the twofold title track, or the (even better) “The Private Sea” which makes a gentle, soft floater to slow down.
As far as I know, “Wayfarer” was the last electronic release by the composer, who would focus on solo piano music after this one.
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