|1||Floating Clouds||5' 20"|
|2||Still Waters||6' 25"|
|3||The Dream||6' 28"|
|4||The Sleeping Village||3' 35"|
|5||Sea of Tranquillity||8' 11"|
|8||Dying Embers||6' 26"|
|CD||SKV 026 CD||Sattva||Germany|
|Cassette||SKV 026 MC||Sattva||Germany|
| Bajonor Studios, Isle of Man during Oct 1990|| John Burns|
|Everything that was said about Aspirant Sunshadows applies to this album.|
|Little Known Trivia|
Sergey Lenkov on 04/05/2003 [Other reviews by Sergey Lenkov ]
It's a classical New Age Album. While listening to Suntrilogy (of course not while you driving a car, but probably at the end of the day) you could imagine yourself riding your battleship through "The Sea of Tranquility" or (far from the city) hearing "Whispering Cornfields". The music would help you to relax, to keep the warmth in your soul (and so it would help you to live). Here Rick works like a landscape painter (say J. Turner). You could return to Suntrilogy (like to paintings of Turner) a week, a month or even a year later and catch something new.
Jon Hinchliffe on 09/08/1997 [Other reviews by Jon Hinchliffe ]
These discs were one of my last choices. I tend to prefer hard rock and Moog solos. But these discs have had a bigger place in my collection than I expected. I have to Confess Sunrise somehow grabs my attention as being a favourite but someone already has a review there. I think I then prefer Sunset but to be honest they are all pretty similar to me. Go on why not give one a go. They provide a great atmosphere for massaging your partner too.