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No Blue Thing

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Amazing 19 de abril de 2000
Por Q. Hunt - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
This music is the absolute BEST music for doing homework. They say that Mozart can stimulate your brain, but Mr. Lynch, by using such diverse textures and such an intersting mix of instruments, goes beyond that for me. I bought this tape as a junior in high school because a friend had "Deep Breakfast." This tape got me through AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Calculus, and the dreaded AP History.
The tape wore out about a year ago, and as soon as I have the funds, I plan on purchasing this CD as well as "Deep Breakfast."
I've dreamed that I could write music like this... combining the vocal quality of instruments such as the oboe and the violin with the precisicion of sythesized/computerized music is a perfect mix.
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Fantastic Voyage 16 de octubre de 2001
Por Ben C-F - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
This is far and away Ray Lynch's crowning achievement. The formula is more or less a carbon copy of his 1986 hit DEEP BREAKFAST, only the ideas are fleshed out, the melodies are stronger and more mature, and the balance between accoustic and synthesized is much more 50/50, creating an emotional depth the earlier release could never achieve. The sound is also richer, owing to the advancements in MIDI technology over three years no doubt. While DEEP BREAKFAST is great for a lazy Summer day, this is a teriffic album to play in mid-October, as the leaves are changing colors and life begins to settle down. Some critics may dismiss his music as lightweight (the venerable Terry Wood seems to be one of them), but regardless, the music is timeless and from Lynch's heart. And frankly, with the music he creates and the genre he's a part of, it's a little strange to apply the term "one-hit wonder." But anyway. . .
"No Blue Thing" is essentially a sister to "Rhythm In The Pews" and, to an extent, "Celestial Soda Pop," right down to the melodic percussion that was sort of a trademark at this point. The accoustic/electronic interplay first comes to play in "Clouds Below Your Knees," with the achingly beautiful cello line, answered by flute later on. These songs are also more complex than on DEEP BREAKFAST, as "Here & Never Found" and the pensive "Drifted In A Deeper Land" showcase. "Homeward At Last" is another synthesizer showcase, the bouncy piano line creating a real sense of forward motion. (That's a good title, that one.) "Evenings, Yes" is the accoustic counterpart-- a piece written for guitar, oboe, flute, violin, and cello, that is just striking in its beauty. This song alone helps prove that Lynch is not just a simple New Age artist. And finally, there's "The True Spirit Of Mom and Dad," the album's centerpiece. While it may be a bit over the top to some ears, personally, I think it's Lynch's greatest composition. Very well done. If you're looking for essential Ray Lynch (though I'll admit, that would be kind of strange), get DEEP BREAKFAST first, then explore the wonders of NO BLUE THING.
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Amazing 18 de diciembre de 2000
Por L. Daniel - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
No Blue Thing and Deep Breakfast are two of the most amazing recordings I have ever heard. I listen to this CD all the time, and still I find Ray Lynch's music to be inspirational and always uplifting.
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Celestial Bubble Gum for the Spirit 31 de enero de 2006
Por Joanna D. - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
While serious critic decry Mr. Lynch's work as "average", its popularity should tell you that these cheerful melodies are hitting the right note with many listeners. Does music always have to be complex or deep to be good? A roaring pop music industry should tell anyone that it doesn't.

So Ray Lynch doesn't write complex music. That's not a bad thing . "No Blue Thing" is listenable, especially the best piece on the album "The True Spirit of Mom and Dad." The two voices, high violin and deep synthesizer seem to represent the character of two loving and influential parents, traveling through happy and serious times. My favorite, however, is "Evenings, Yes" which has a meditative oboe solo and is very pretty. It'ssomething to listen to when doing yoga or relaxing. A pleasant album for fans of synthesizer New Age.
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But that's the POINT, Mr. Wood! 26 de julio de 2007
Por trollificus - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Ray Lynch is not COMPETEING...and the music reflects this. If his music had as its goal "impressing music critics" as opposed to the spiritual and meditative aims he clearly has, THEN you could better define his efforts as mediocre. Lynch is a longtime follower of Bhagavan Adi Da (not that I have more than a general idea what that implies), and to say he 'succeeded' by having a 'hit' and implying he failed by not following up on it completely misses what the composer is actually trying to do.

One would think a music critic would consider such things.

I liked this better than Deep Breakfast in a way, and consider both to be spiritual music...there's not much here for the body, or for the social self, rather it's personal and meditative. Lynch invites us to that contemplative place where simple music, beautifully played, is exactly apropos. There are moments, moods, on which the genius of the composer and the ego of the virtuoso are intrusions.

If Mr. Lynch's compositional skills are not prodigous, all the more I appreciate his hard work to produce such beautiful music.

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