Eloy FRITSCH performs an elegant electronic music that evolves between VANGELIS' ambient and impressionist style, and the synthesised Progressive rock of masters such as Rick WAKEMAN or Patrick MORAZ. With "Space Music" (2000), the APOCALYPSE's brazilian keyboards player goes into parts that are worthy of those last two virtuosos. With "Mythology" (2002), he refines his style which is more impressionist and majestic. This ambitious work justly uses the whole panel of his electronic sounds to depict fifteen tracks exclusively dedicated to the different gods worshipped in the past. The Mesopotamian, Hindu, Amerindian, Inca, African, Greek, Egyptian, Scandinavian, Roman or Chinese are outlined here by an instrumental composition. Thanks to his panoply of keyboards and computers, Eloy FRITSCH has been able to free his imagination. He leads us in a very relaxing trip, in the fantastic world of mythology. After "Landscapes" (2003), the next album is a great one: from the start, the well-named "Atmosphere - Electronic Suite" evokes the excellent "Heaven And Hell" (VANGELIS) opus, with emphatic choirs and majestic orchestral parts. The opus reveals once again the Eloy FRITSCH's ecological convictions. He presently defends the virtues of the gas envelope that allow everyone to live on Earth: the Atmosphere. Take your tickets to the ocean of happiness ! "Landscapes" (2005) continues the story in the great Eloy FRITSCH's tradition. "Past And Future Sounds 1996-2006" is the first best-of of Eloy FRITSCH. One can find twelve of the greatest tracks from his discography, plus four new titles recorded especially for the occasion. The best way to discover the artist's musical universe...
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