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Download links and information about Bislama by Alpha Wave Movement, Jim Cole. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to New Age, Electronica genres. It contains 7 tracks with total duration of 01:04:29 minutes.

Artist: Alpha Wave Movement, Jim Cole
Release date: 2001
Genre: New Age, Electronica
Tracks: 7
Duration: 01:04:29
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No. Title Length
1. Bislama 10:06
2. Offering 7:46
3. Satari 10:47
4. Theidea 4:56
5. Sanguine Moon 9:22
6. Waking the Divine 10:23
7. Samui 11:09



Bislama is very three-dimensional, with its rhythms and melodic rumblings panned from left to right and right to left, a great headphone record. The production work on this recording even gives the best of the ambient genre (i.e., Robert Rich and Steve Roach) a run for its money. This is definitely not a sleeping or meditational recording like most ambient works, or even like much of Alpha Wave Movement's or Jim Cole's previous work. While Bislama is very pleasing and very contemplative, it's above all else a listening recording. This is ambient with a pulse, space music that creates space and takes you on a journey. This Spectral Spiral Music release contains the vocal, overtone singing talents of Jim Cole and Alpha Wave Movement's Gregory Kyryluk who definitely adds just the right amount of synthesized ambient atmosphere and pulsating rhythm to make this recording evolve quickly and leave you wanting more. Bislama, as the title might suggest, is of a more tribal or ethnic feel, but it's different than a lot of the other attempts at this feel; this recording is distinctly Jim Cole and Alpha Wave Movement. Jim Cole and Alpha Wave Movement have created a fantastic and lively recording. This is a must-have recording for the upbeat contemplative section of your ambient CD collection.