Origins (Steve Roach album)

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Origins
Studio album by Steve Roach
Released 1993
Recorded The Timeroom in Tucson, Arizona
Genre Tribal-ambient
Length 68:49
Label Fortuna Records
Producer Steve Roach and Eckart Rahn
Steve Roach chronology
Ritual Ground
(1993)
Origins
(1993)
The Dream Circle
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Origins (1993) is a tribal-ambient album by the American artist Steve Roach. The album is based on the concept that the Earth holds memories of prehistoric human civilization.

The liner notes contain a poem by Roach's wife Linda Kohanov from which many of the track titles were derived.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Artifacts" – 12:22
  2. "Connected Underground" – 11:13
  3. "Clay, Wood, Bone, Dirt" – 6:22
  4. "In the Eyes of the Spirit" – 7:56
  5. "The Face in the Fire" – 11:49
  6. "Dreaming Now, Then" – 18:58

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