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Indigenous Space People - Across The Universe mp3 flac download

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Indigenous Space People
Album:
Across The Universe
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Style:
Deep House
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1288 mb
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1368 mb
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Across The Universe is an album released by Trip Shakespeare in 1990. It was the band's first release on A&M Records, the major label that they had signed with earlier in the year.

Across the Universe" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. The song first appeared on the 1969 various artists' charity compilation album No One's Gonna Change Our World and later, in a different form, on their 1970 album Let It Be, the group's final released album.

Indigenous Space People Future Vision Records,2005. Indigenous Space People,Future Vision Records,2005.

Across the Universe (album). Studio album by Trip Shakespeare. com called Across The Universe a "too-rare example of an indie act benefiting musically from major-label treatment"-citing the an "increased rock edge that doesn't detract from the gentle charm" of tracks like "Snow Days", "Gone, Gone, Gone" and "The Crane"-the latter being the closest thing the album had to a hit.

Across The Universe is an album released by Trip Shakespeare in 1990 . There are people who will say: "

Terry Oldfield - Down To Earth 07:47. Terry Oldfield - Across The Universe 10:39. Terry Oldfield - From The Heart 11:48. Terry Oldfield - When 13:31. Terry Oldfield - Sun In My Eyes 07:34. Terry Oldfield - Down To Earth 07:47. Journey Into Space - Terry Oldfield. All the Rivers Gold - Terry Oldfield. Mandala - Circle of Chant - Soraya, Terry Oldfield. Making Tracks - Terry Oldfield. Spirit of Australia - Waking the Spirit - Terry Oldfield.

Across the Universe Lyrics: Words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup, They slither while they pass, they slip away across the universe, Pools of sorrow, waves of joy are drifting through m. The song was recorded on February 4 in 1968. At the 40th anniversary of that day, NASA beamed Across the Universe into space in the direction of the North Star, Polaris.

Tracklist

A Across The Universe 16:23

Credits

  • Producer, Written-By – Armon Bazile, Ron Trent

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FV001 Indigenous Space People Across The Universe ‎(12", S/Sided) Future Vision Records FV001 Europe 2005


  • I could not think of a better tag team right now, than the combination of the legendary Ron Trent, along with Oaktown’s rising deep house star, Aybee, who in my humble opinion is a proper cross between Chris Gray & the Wamdue Kids. Yet and still, he has his own signature sound, as evident from his previous releases on his own Deepblak record label. Together, they form the Indigenous Space People. This collaboration is the first of a 5 part series teaming Ron Trent with Aybee in the spirit of the fusion movement in search of new dancescapes. And this first venture is the 17 minute, “Across The Universe”, a spacey, futuristic, deep house cascade, reminiscent of the early Clairaudience sound. It features an infectious, mean bass-line like only Trent & Aybee can produce, as well as hypnotic percussive elements and mucho deep keys. At certain brief moments, the journey progresses in and out of hypnotic states, which will get your head bobbing for sure. At around the 9 minute mark (my favorite part), I had visions of an ultra deep rendition of Lil Louis’ French Kiss! Unfortunately, the song ends after 17 minutes! Review by Michael Terzian