Life Sequence

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Life Sequence
Steve Roach Life Sequence.jpg
Compilation album by Steve Roach
Released 2003
Recorded 1988-2003
Genre Ambient
Length 73:39
Label Timeroom Editions
Producer Steve Roach
Steve Roach chronology
Texture Maps: The Lost Pieces Vol. 3
(2003)
Life Sequence
(2003)
Spirit Dome
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Life Sequence (2003) is an album by the American ambient musician Steve Roach. It is a collection of sequencer driven, pure electronic pieces recorded between 1988 and 2003.

“Destination Horizon” was recorded live in 1988 for the first edition of the ECHOES Living Room Concerts radio series. It was the last piece recorded in Venice, California before embarking on a second trip to Australia and then relocating to Tucson, Arizona.

“Sundial” and “Sands of Time” were recorded and composed with Paul Ellis. These pieces developed from rehearsal sessions for a concert in Portland, Oregon.

Track listing[edit]

  1. ”Lightness of Being” – 4:56
    (Recorded in 2003. Previously unreleased.)
  2. ”Living the Dream” – 16:56
    (Recorded in 1991. Previously unreleased.)
  3. ”Sundial” – 9:27
    (Recorded in 2002 with Paul Ellis. Previously unreleased.)
  4. ”Sands of Time” – 15:03
    (Same as track 3.)
  5. ”Destination Horizon” – 27:12
    (Recorded in 1988. Originally released on A Door in the Air: The Echoes Living Room Concerts, 1991.)

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