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Dance of the Hi​-​Tech Shaman

by E.J. Gold

Ghostworld 07:06


The invisible world is only invisible because we tell ourselves that we don't see it. A shaman is not overwhelmed by the suddenly increased perceptions and sensations.

The induction follows the shaman's initiation and travel between dimensions using totems to absorb the shock of transition. The shaman shapeshifts to follow his vision, threads the shawoman's labyrinth to find her in the center, dances for her and finally joins her in a serpentine dance around the tree of life.

This is music for the journey past identity. As you listen, your facial mask flows into the face of your beloved, of a clown, of an ancient sage, a wizard, a star-gazer, a queen of light, a hobo, a dancer, a troll, a tree-spirit, a gambler. The crystallized mind melts, then finally the mask rematerializes, a finely-screened lithographic print etched forever on the surface of a cybernetic planet, a huge molecular-engineered computer chip.

E.J. Gold is an author, musician, cybernaut, virtual reality wizard and recognized leader in the field of transformational psychology. His compositions have highly specific effects designed to alter the body's electrical field towards mystical awakening.


released September 30, 2020

All music © 1984 E.J.Gold (BMI)
Published by Union Label Music
Produced by E.J. Gold
Recorded at Heavenly Studio
Remixed at Moon Studio
Engineered by David Houston
Mastered for CD by Oz Fritz
Recording artists:
E.J. Gold -- the Hi-Tech Shaman
Menlo Macfarlane on percussion, pennywhistle, pan-pipes
Liner photo by Willem de Groot.
©1998 Cloister Recordings. All rights reserved.


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Faxl Music

FAXL is composed of core members E.J. Gold, Robbert Trice, Nancy Burns, Claude Needham, Iven Lourie, Tabatha Jones, Jim Rodney, and anyone else that happens to find their way on stage. When their tour brings them through Grass Valley, you might see HuDost join in.

FAXL is rapidly developing their own unique sound -- influenced by blues, folk, world, rock, classical, and jazz.
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