Ah but its about the storm not me.Went in a Garbarek vain.Its more what i dont play i feel here,let nature be king and let her roar.I'm a man of many tastes and not all are lots of notes.This is my chillout hat on.Interesting concept just using simple loops, then adding sax lines of different intensity. Along with the use of effects.. My one complaint, buts its more of an opinion, you could have tried to tell more of a story with the sax.
Thats very nice of you Wade.Your opinion means alot.I also think i done enough.I am going to get back into my own soundscapes more i feel.I will checkout the guy you mention.Playing in this vain you need to be more self assured as theres no hiding place.This comes with age and music maturity i think.Not filling every space with notes.Space is the most important note.I Like it just as it is and generally prefer it when the music isn't about the player and has a life of its own. Jan Garbarek certainly plays in this style, but a guy named Paul Winter was more specifically playing with natural sounds in this vein back in the 1960s. Your playing has more joy than Garbarek's (who is also one of my favorites) but he has much darker tendencies.
Nice one Davey