Red Reflections (Track)

Myohmy… RedHeat is defenitely worth being checked out especially if you’re into that Jarre/Vangelis/Tangerine Dream kind of electronic music. “Dreams are Forever” is a sweet positive track with nice arrangement of both synth and “realistic” sounds…

“Red Reflections” at the beginning is a very vangelis-like hymn that later turns into eurotrance tune where the percussion stays a bit in the background. Well done alltogether and worth being added to my station! :o)

Michael Briel on 25-jan-2002

Rolling themes of natural beauty encompass these tunes by RedHeat. A wonder filled injection of peace and tranquility follows you while listening to “Red Reflections”.

Truly trancendental when the duration of this piece goes unnoticed and brings you out of time to revel in it’s own existance

Chaz the Spaz on 28-nov-2001

Studio Notes

A bright and powerful piece which reflects on my past work and has many twists and turns taking you on a fantastic voyage though music which has hints of Oldfield throughout. You won’t be disappointed with this, just make sure you listen all the way though… If you ever heard my rather old piece titled ‘Mixed Feelings’ you’ll recognize the ending melody…but in a much much different style.

Original release note, 2001

Equipment used:

  • Roland XP 60 Synthesizer
  • Emu ESI 4000T Digital Sampler
  • Cakewalk Pro Audio 9

Cover Art

Performed By: Redheat

Album UPC: 194171475375

Label: Sonic Soundscapes

Released: 2001

ISRC: ushm21987350

Genres: New Age, Symphonic Electronica

Year: 2001