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Steve Roach & Steve Lazur: Time of the Earth (DVD)

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Tracks

Audio Track 1
chapter 1 – 2 Underground Clouds
———-from the CD Atmospheric Conditions
chapter 3 Begins Looking Skyward | MP3 excerpt
———-from the CD Early Man
chapter 4 Walking Upright | MP3 excerpt
———-from the CD Early Man
chapter 5 Sound of Stone
———-previously unreleased
chapter 6 This Life | MP3 excerpt
———-from the CD Compilation Floatation
chapter 7 The Dreamer Descends and True West
———-from the CD Compilation Amplexus 1
chapter 8 The Holy Dirt
———-from the CD Vine, Bark and Spore
chapter 9 Merciful Eyes
———-from the CD Compilation A Storm of Drones
and Two Rivers Dreaming
———-from the CD Atmospheric Conditions
chapter 10 The Eternal Expanse | MP3 excerpt
———-from the CD The Eternal Expanse
chapter 11 – 12 The Return
———-from the CD Dreamtime Return

Audio Track 2
Optional soundtrack: The Dream Circle | MP3 excerpt
———-from the CD The Dream Circle

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Released in 2001

Running time: 77 minutes. All-region (except Japan) playback. NTSC.
Features scene search and two full-length Dolby Digital stereo soundtracks.

Time of the Earth offers a unique DVD immersion experience. Either as an engaging audio-visual odyssey or for the environmental enhancement of one’s living space, this captivating film experience invites repeat viewings. Steve Roach — the master of mind-altering, atmospheric soundworlds — has long been influenced by the expansive landscapes of the desert southwest. On Time of the Earth, he has found the visual poetry to match his evocative music: a 77-minute photographic feast for the eyes created by Steve Lazur. Gleaned from three years of filming the most remote natural wonders of the American West, turbulent cloud formations hover over sun-scorched canyons. Epic rock sculptures grant reluctant entrance to vistas still echoing from the dawn of creation. Time-lapse and slow motion film techniques merge with real-time movement through landscapes so surreal they draw viewers into an alternate universe that nonetheless exists right here on this planet.

Weight .3 lbs
Label

Projekt/Timeroom

Release Year

2001

Format

DVD

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