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Jordan De La Sierra

Valentine Eleven

Jordan De La Sierra didn’t come to New Age, New Age came to him. “It was coming from the school of minimalism,” Jordan said. “Pure sound, with shape. I didn’t think of it as New Age. New Age was added onto it as a thought form after the fact, and that’s okay.” His 1988 sophomore album Valentine Eleven explored notions of new biology, quantum alchemy, modern chemistry, and relativity, all with a message to unite the world with love. Coming later in his career, the record is a departure from the solo piano works of Gymnosphere, trading his touchstone minimalism for lavish synthscapes.

Track List

  1. Jordan De La Sierra Valentine Eleven
  2. Jordan De La Sierra Abi-Yo-Yo: The Best Of All Worlds
  3. Jordan De La Sierra Soft Spin
  4. Jordan De La Sierra Nimbu-Pani: The Lemon-Water Song
  5. Jordan De La Sierra Jungle Of Love
  6. Jordan De La Sierra Hymn To The World Indian
  7. Jordan De La Sierra First Love
  8. Jordan De La Sierra Long-Distance Messenger