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This is a transcendental track. It is very soothing with an almost robotic beat underneath, persistently moving the track forward. It is filled with optimism and latent power and does appear to bridge the gap between his world and another.

Psion is an aerial track.

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Led by the sakuhachi, this track takes the listener around the world and back. Brazil is introduced through a timbales section before the sitar takes us to India (that part reminds me of the Doors).

Recorded back in 1995, the track contained hiss that I haven’t been able to completely remove although it has been greatly reduced.

This track explores various beat patterns extending from Asia (India) to Africa. Recorded back in 1995, the track contained hiss that I haven’t been able to completely remove although it has been greatly reduced.

Erigam was used in a karate video where it added spice to the footage.

This track sports a classic 70s wah-wah guitar line that makes it initially sound like an old recording. It quickly develops into a more modern sounding track. This one is faster than most BK Burghers tracks and more aggressive. Still, it is non-obtrusive and works well as a backdrop for bars and lounges.

There is ample room to fit a lead instrument over it such as brass.

This track has a pushing beat against a smooth backdrop. The wah-wah guitar and bass keep persistent ostinato. The overall atmosphere is that of a dark and quiet bar.

There is an acid- jazzy feel to the track and there is ample room to put a lead instrument (brass?) on top.