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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Johnson-Hendrix Releases "Space Probe"

BitWorks Music has released "Space Probe", a 2004 recording by Johnson-Hendrix.
Ted Johnson, of Studio 713 Music, has collaborated with Joe Hendrix to create a space-synth voyage outside the pull of Earth's gravity. Check out the samples in the Johnson-Hendrix catalog. Don't be fooled by the fact that it's only 3 tracks--"Space Probe" clocks in at over 61 minutes. I especially like the longer pieces, "The Oceans of Europa" and "Abandoned Space Station". They take their time to unfold, with panning stereo effects and ambient washes. This strikes me as good work music for cubicle dwellers such as myself.
"Space Probe" also debuts our new "Web 2.0 editions", dynamic web-based presentations of album graphics, liner notes, and other surprises. It's basically downloads on steroids. It will put hair on your chest and ruin your Olympic eligibility.

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