Robert (R.S.) Pearson is a Seattle-based writer, philosopher and composer who
has released a number of independent cassettes starting with
Joseph Cornell's Television Show (1984), when he was part of Seattle's
After abstract recordings such as
The Manhattan of Heaven (1985) and
Cartoon Wheel (1985), he abandoned music for a while. When he returned,
he focused on melodic electronic improvisation:
Silver Sister Hippie Fields (Regenerative, 2000),
Eleven London Bridges (Regenerative, 2000),
External Omnipotent Moments (2001),
Enchantment Born of Grace (2002),
Antiquity (Oars, 2002),
Purple Martin Morning (2003).
Antiquity (Oars, 2002) contains instrumental Brian Eno-esque vignettes.
Pearson employs a "watery" style that creates a neutral atmosphere. The best
moments (such as World's Tiled Fountain and Figuring Out A Mixed
Blessing) are fibrillating structures that indulge in geometric patterns.
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