1. Astral Voices (5:54)
2. In Search of the Lost Star (7:42)
3. 39.5 Light Years [TRAPPIST-1] (10:42)
4. Stars of Ice (7:44)
5. Deep Space Blue (11:08)
6. Interplanetary Panspermia (16:21)
Total playing time: 59:31
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Media: CD (digipak)
Catalogue Number: M-11
CD release date: 1 August 2017
Original album notes:
The tracks on ‘Deep Space Blue’ were recorded, mixed & mastered by Jim Ottaway between May 2014 & June 2017.
Equipment & software used for this production includes: RME Fireface 800, Studio One, Korg Karma, acoustic guitar, & various VSTs including Omnisphere, SynthMaster, Spire, Alchemy, Ethera, Massive, Goliath, Evolve Mutations, Morphology, Scoring Guitars, Symphonic Choirs & Reaktor.
Thanks (Fr) Reg & Kevin.
Graphics and design by Jim Ottaway.
Panspermia... the hypothesis that life exists throughout the universe, distributed by meteoroids, asteroids, comets, planetoids, and also by spacecraft in the form of unintended contamination by microorganisms.
TRAPPIST-1 (2MASS J23062928-05022851) is an ultra-cool dwarf star that is slightly larger but much more massive than the planet Jupiter, located 39.5 light-years from the Sun in the Constellation Aquarius.
Additional notes: 'Deep Space Blue' debuted at #27 on the Zone Music Reporter Top 100 for July 2017.
'Deep Space Blue' debuted at #27 on the Zone Music Reporter Top 100 for July 2017.
'Deep Space Blue' was featured as the Album of the Week (Album der Woche) on Germany's Modul303 internet radio station during 20 - 26 August 2017 (Week 34).
© Jim Ottaway 2017