[Compo-Impro] "The Contact"

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    Although it's repetitive, I like the chord changes in the background and the sound effects. Sci-Fi to me, while listening I could see lava boiling in a crater on a distant moon (not our own) and rock peaks in the background against a dark red sky. There were some figures hiding behind one of the rocks peeking once in a while to see if the contact had showed. Haha - I give you lots of credit for your prolificity (is that a word?) and continued experiments. Another one I liked!
     
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    Hello Fishingmusician1!
    Your comment gives me a lot of pleasure...
    My compopsitions are not always easy to listen to:eek:
    You have the sensibility of the musician, and the music creates you images, as in a movie...
    I like this and you like that.
    That God, Thor and Odin, Krishna and Buddha (and all the others) are with you ;)
     
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    This one is a little more melodic than previous ones. The sound effects certainly classifies it to be out of this world lol. I like it.
    Ray . . From Mars . . Over!
     
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