Release Date: 09/09/22
The superb 'Albedo 0.39' was Vangelis' second album to be released by RCA Records and was recorded at Nemo, his personal studio in London, in 1976. This conceptual work, inspired by space and galactic physics, took its name from the planet Earth's albedo, (the proportion of the light a planet receives that is reflected back into outer space), as it was in 1976.
The album features the iconic 'Pulstar' and saw Vangelis push the perceived boundaries of the synthesizer as a musical instrument to new dimensions. In addition, Vangelis played a wide variety of other instruments on this stunning work.
This Esoteric Recordings release (undertaken with the full approval and supervision of Vangelis himself) features a
booklet that restores the original album artwork.
|Run Time: 40 mins|
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