Kenneth John Parsons - Tribute To Andrei Tarkovsy's Solaris FLAC album
Title: Tribute To Andrei Tarkovsy's Solaris
Style: Abstract, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1280 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1897 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1474 mb
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Kenneth John Parsons. Tribute To Andrei Tarkovsy's Solaris (CDr, Album). Kenneth John Parsons.
1 Launch Area Sequence & Flight. 2 Solaris~153 Light Years Away. 4 Hovering Above Solaris. 5 Numionous Atmosphere On SSRS. 6 Kris Kelvin's Initial Encounter With Solaris Generated "Guests" 5:49.
Kenneth John Parsons is a UK-based audio creator/composer who started his own little indie record label Inexplicata Music to release his music under the motto: drawn from life, the ether and the imagination. The 13 tracks found on Tribute to Andrei Tarkovsy’s Solaris ( Electronic Atmospheres Based on the 1972 Film, Directed By Andrei Tarkovsky ) is highly cinematic soundscape music without rhythm, which creates overall alienating and unearthy atmospheres and the feeling of being out there.
Andrei Tarkovsky hated 2001: A Space Odyssey, and in a fit of insolence not unusual to his brand of genius, declared that his own science-fiction film (then in the making) would be the polar opposite of Kubrick’s, which he saw as soulless and obsessed with special effects, ignorant to the human heart. It speaks to Tarkovsky’s singular creative impulses, then, that Solaris proves the yin to Kubrick’s yang, not out of contrarian longing, but because that was the form best suited for the content Tarkovsky wanted to explore.
Director: Andrei Tarkovsky. Starring: Hari, Kris Kelvin, Snaut and others. Ground control has been receiving mysterious transmissions from the three remaining residents of the Solaris space station. When cosmonaut and psychologist Kris Kelvin is dispatched to investigate, he experiences the same strange phenomena that afflict the Solaris crew, sending him on a voyage into the darkest recesses of his consciousness
Solaris (Russian: Солярис, tr. Solyaris) is a 1972 Soviet science fiction art film based on Stanisław Lem's novel of the same name published in 1961. The film was co-written and directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. The scientific mission has stalled because the skeleton crew of three scientists have fallen into separate emotional crises.
2. Solaris, 1972 (dir. Andrei Tarkovsky). Solaris, Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky, cinematography by Vadim Yusov, 1972. solaris andrei tarkovsky vadim yusov.
|1||Launch Area Sequence & Flight||2:36|
|2||Solaris~153 Light Years Away||2:18|
|3||Soviet Scientific Research Station||2:36|
|4||Hovering Above Solaris||3:19|
|5||Numionous Atmosphere On SSRS||3:33|
|6||Kris Kelvin's Initial Encounter With Solaris Generated "Guests"||5:49|
|7||Metamorphosis Of The Solaris Ocean||5:36|
|8||Andre Berton's Strange Dream Sequence||1:27|
|10||Realization Of Hari||2:29|
|11||Enigmatic Discovery Of Dr's Snaut & Sartorius||3:57|
|12||Kelvin's Personal Purgatory||2:28|
NotesPrivate Release In Slim Jewel Case.
"Electronic Atmospheres Based on the 1972 Film, Directed By Andrei Tarkovsky".