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8 thoughts on “ Untitled - Robert Slap - Search For Utopia (Cassette, Album)

  1. David Storrs “Untitled” from Channel For The Light, After David Naegele’s departure, David Storrs had little connection with Valley Of The Sun, as replacement music director Robert Slap’s sensibilities skewed more towards the commercial, progressive end of the new age market.
  2. Aug 31,  · Some kind of unknowable ecstasy captured in sonic form. Another bliss-out tape from the latter days of the golden era of "new age" music. Enjoy:) All music by Robert Slap .
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  4. The album begins with a heartbeat, which fades into the dream sequences. You'll be carried into your own visualization experiences by Robert's skillful guidance. The music is inspiring, dreamy and exciting. Use for pleasurable listening or for beautiful background music. Produced by Robert Slap. Recorded at Blazeland Studios, North Hollywood, CA.
  5. Robert Slap Search for Utopia () Atlantis: Healing Temple () Musical Sounds Of Relaxation (Various Artists-All released ) Emerald Green: Musical Sounds of Relaxation High as a Kite: Musical Sounds of Relaxation Mystic Harp: Musical Sounds of Relaxation.
  6. Robert Slap - Recollections Volume 1 - miclidicsekareteterogliraci.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & .
  7. May 06,  · Robert Slap In The Caverns Of Your Mind () Search for Utopia () Try posting up the David Storrs album you have, I've yet to hear any songs by him. Reply Delete. Replies. try finding "In The caverns of your mind" or "search for utopia" I'd do some cassette searching myself, but I'm gonna stick with CDs since my tape deck has long.

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