James Johnson, a former member of
Illusion Of Safety,
was revealed by the
computer-generated ambient music of Unity (Zero, 1998)
and Surrender (Zero, 1999), ethereal scores
reminiscent of Harold Budd.
The latter includes She Will Shift You (28:05) and
He then devoted himself to soothing hour-long compositions such as
Entering Twilight (Hypnos, 2000) and
Linger (Space for Music, 2000).
Lost at Dunn's Lake (2001), a collaboration with Stephen Philips,
and Forgotten Places (2001), a collaboration with Robert Scott Thompson,
introduced new elements that showed up also in the
electro-acoustic chamber pieces The Butterfly Chamber (Hypnos, 2002).
The "journeys" series, begun with
Odyssey (Zero, 2002) and
Minimum (Zero, 2003),
also introduced new elements: the second CD of the latter fuses his usual
ambient fields with natural sounds.
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