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Movements Practice Tracks

by EJ Gold

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The following tracks were selected for The Movements practice. They vary in tempo and mood providing a unique background for each practice.


released May 10, 2022

Track #1 Trio Loops for Movements at 100 % speed 10:33
Track #2 Trio Loops for Movements at 90 % speed 11:07

E.J. Gold on the DigiTech Trio Plus Band Creator and Looper recorded his composition of combining bass and rhythm tracks to create "Trio Loop for Movements", engineered by Oz Fritz, © 2017 Cloister Recordings. A couple years later engineer Oz Fritz slowed down the original track to 90% speed for use by beginners first approaching learning the Movements.

Track #3 Venusian Sandstorm Loop 16:40
Source CD is Venus Rising - Sculptural sounds create hermetic chambers for you. They will bring you from your ordinary space through specific transformational zones to arrive at doorways of new understanding.

© 1998 Cloister Recordings. All rights reserved.
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

Track #4 Dervish Exercises Loop 13:39
Track #5 Al-Washi's Theme Loop 12:34
Source CD is Epitaph for an Ego - This is the original 1971 recording of piano music composed by E.J. Gold for private, small group experiments in sacred dance and dervish practices.
© 1998 Cloister Recordings.
Original compositions © 1971 E. J. Gold (BMI).
Pianist Brad Newsom.
Pianist for "The Making of Epitaph," Ludi Von Hinrichs.
Produced in vinyl © 1971 IDHHB, Inc.
Remixed at Heavenly Studios, Sacramento, California, 1985.
Engineered by Gary Woltman.

Released on cassette © 1985 Gateways Books & Tapes.
Remastered by Jimmi Accardi.
Mastered for compact disc by Oz Fritz.


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