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Flightpath

4.8 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Flightpath
  2. Sky Safari
  3. Muroc
  4. Outreach
  5. Deep Starship
  6. Glyder


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 24, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Miramar
  • ASIN: B000003IM1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #345,033 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Sam Trenholme on October 23, 2008
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This is one of Serrie's masterpieces. In particular "Muroc", "Deep Spaceship", and "Glyder" are songs I always have on my cell phone to listen to anytime.

These songs are extremely relaxing songs which are great for meditating to, and for removing stress from one's life. They also help me sleep when I have insomnia.

Unlike Serrie's earlier work, this music has a more daytime ambiance to it; I feel while "Planetary Chronicles" is great music, it's best to listen to at night. "Flightpath", on the other hand, I can listen to during the day just as easily as I can listen to it during the night.

My favorite song on this album is "Glyder" which is also my number one all-time favorite song. I have been listening to this album since 1989 and the music never gets stale.
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"Deep Starship" (featured on this CD), is the first piece I ever heard of Jonn's on a radio show called "Hearts of Space". I thought I had tuned into deep space. I felt I had been some how been magically transported on board a large craft, slowly making it's way through the cosmos, with the faint sound of engine humm and the song of the cosmos echoing throughout it's walls. I believe the piece is about 11 minutes long. Enought time to really enjoy the journey if you wish to disapear and cruze the deep areas of space. Chart your "Flightpath" among the stars! See you on board!
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By Mark on August 19, 2000
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"Flightpath" is a fantastic follow up to an almost unbeatable "And The Stars Go With You". It is extremely easy to visualize yourself soaring high in the atmosphere. "Flightpath" has some of the most deeply peaceful tracks by Jonn Serrie. The only track I'm not too fond of is the opening track. It's peppy, upbeat style sounds almost like the soundtrack to a space cartoon, like the Jetsons. Otherwise the c.d. is definitely worth having in anybody's ambient music collection.
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John Serrie has had a long career of writing Space Music for planetariums and video projects. Planetary Chronicles Volume 1 comes close to taking the top position among his released music compositions, but Flightpath has a special feel to it that brings peace to the soul. Personally, I like to imagine myself flying through space to alien worlds while listening to this release. If you are looking for relaxing music to listen to while stargazing, reading, or almost any type of low action activity you need look no further than Flightpath by John Serrie.
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On my preverbial list of favorite Jonn Serrie albums, I'll admit that this one doesn't rank all the way up at the top, but it's still a testament to Serrie's remarkable ability to carry the listener away. My favorite track has always been "Deep Starship." It's full of deep, dark rumbling sounds and eerie monotonous drones, but it's all interrupted about 3 or 4 minutes in by a spooky synth melody that emerges out of the mix and dominates the song for about 2 minutes. To me, those are the best 2 minutes on the cd. The lovely "Muroc" is also notable. It's like a soundtrack to a beautiful ambient dream - like seeing angels or something. Perfect for a beautiful late afternoon when the sun's rays are slanting across from the west horizon.

Flightpath is not really geared towards space. Instead, it takes you on more of a journey through the upper atmosphere. While not quite as fresh as "Planetary Chronicles Vol. 1" or "And the Stars Go With You," it's still an enjoyable ride.
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I have all of Serrie's albums and no one does space music better than he. This CD is not the best over all, but contains the best track he's ever recorded -- "Sky Safari." If you want the best for listening end to end, then Planetary Chronicles vol 1 would suffice, but none of the songs on that CD are as incredible as "SS."
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After the incredible success of "...Stars Go With You", this second outing by Serrie continues to demonstrate his mastery of space music - this time a little closer to Earth as we get a piece of stratosphere.
This is not a single-minded concept like "Stars", we journey into other atmospheric environments prior to the departure into outer space. After the CD clears some banal compositions (the title track and "Sky Safari" [a fusion piece relating the then cliche rainforest music and the sky, I surmise] the flightpath takes us to Muroc - strikingly peaceful and beautiful moments which should not be overlooked by anyone who enjoys good music.
The space music on the second portion of the album, anchored by the cosmic titan "Deep Starship" (cast adrift alone in space for the rest of eternity), is on par with any of Serrie's spacemanship to date. In total, this 1989 work is magnificent and worthy of the highest accolades.
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I bought this album several years ago, about 1993, and I listened to it constantly. However, new CD's came along, and I put this one aside. Recently, I came upon it again, and took another listen. Boy if it doesn't sound better than it did before. The delicate celestial harmonies make me feel like I'm flying, and the tracks just flow from one to the next smoothly. This is the music to listen to when relaxing, going to sleep, or those quiet times in the evening. I like to listen to this also when I'm stargazing, too.
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