Tags : | Ambient | 6.75 MB | Has Lyrics

Description : Reflections in the glass

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  1. Zootman
    Zootman on Mon 10th May 2021 - 2 years ago

    Fantastic and faved. I think everyone else has said enough.

  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Thu 27th Jul 2017 - 5 years ago

    Sounded like a good opportunity to hear something a bit older on your page, and I'm glad that I found this one! It is very sonically deep, and interesting in a visual way.

    This does have the feel of an opium dream, which is something I saw that you mentioned. I think that has been invading my nights quite a bit in the last couple of weeks (tis the season). It has that sort of confusing yet penetrating vibe.

    Lots of jazzy elements in here, which make it also somewhat fun! Feels a bit like something from Eno's "Nerve Net" album, or even some from Matt Johnson/The The... neither of those could ever be a bad thing to my ears! Something is definitely very fusion-like in here.

    The "Night Train" aspect of the title made me thing of Guns and Roses, which is a bit funny considering the style of your song. Can't seem to get past that part of my youth, blaring a GnR tape in my walkman over and over again... surprised my ears are as good as they are still!

    Thanks for sharing this groovy piece! Very cool!

  3. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Mon 24th Aug 2015 - 7 years ago

    I does give you the sensation of movement. As you were traveling in a train. Nice work . PDMuzak

  4. Byleth
    Byleth on Fri 24th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    the intro is great love the effect putted here. its me or there are some trap elements in this track.

    anyway nice track was a pleasure to listen it 5 times while I write this comment

  5. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Fri 24th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago


    Sorry to hear you're tired all the time. I've also been struggling this week to do any decent music after work because of pretty much falling asleep in the studio listening back to tracks.

    "my creative juices are not flowing as they were"

    They certainly were on this one. I'd be proud to have come up with this track.

    Also part of the problem with the sharp and piercing noises is the level of the track. It's basically all too loud, as you can see from the waveform. Try just turning it all down at the end of the mix (ie the master). I assume this one must be "going into the red" ie introducing some clipping and digital distortion. Having no clipping at all will make for a smoother listen. Hey, it's not extreme metal...

    Congrats again.

  6. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 23rd Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Don`t know how I missed this one earlier...but I miss a lot of music time this time of year....even though its totally unlike it, the intro reminded me just a tad of an original oldie (shuffle blues) called Night Train (used to play covers of it it days long gone)....love the big breat power & complimentary train sound fx....and the way you have wrapped it all up musically with the chugging synth and bass pulse...Its been said already, but this is indeed really creative stuff mate...and it turns out to be great listening music too....bravo....definite fav...Ed

  7. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Thu 23rd Jul 2015 - 7 years ago


    I played a few tracks on here, looking for something to comment on, and yours really stood out to me.

    0:23 you kick in with a cool groove and then a much fatter beat at 0:26. That's pretty badass, actually. This has some serious vibe.

    1:03 intersting change.

    Some of the high end white noise stuff is a bit too sharp and piercing for my ears.

    1:25 cool transition back down into the fat verse beat.

    This is really creative stuff.

    More thoughts from me another time, provided you reply, which you didn't last time.

    Reply by silverman

    Sorry for not replying Mister Nomad I'm not with it much just now and not here much lately.
    Very very tired due to heavy medication and my creative juices are not flowing as they were.
    Interesting about the white noise stuff I'll take a listen to that.
    That as I'm sure you're aware is my steam effect.
    Thank you for a very positive review.

  8. midiman007
    midiman007 on Sat 11th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Nice track thanks for sharing.

    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for your kind encouraging words Mr Midi.

  9. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sat 11th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hey there mate...Great groove you've got going on here man,the reason this works so well is it's not trying to out think itself,there's a cool theme running through the whole piece and all the elements reflect it resulting in great continuity!...I will mention here your post in the forums about 'losing one's mojo' as it's directly relates to this track where you obviously haven't lost your mojo...........You and I are from the same generation we've had plenty of time to figure out truth from fiction and all the rest of life's bullshit,and there's one thing that is crystal clear to me,especially when it comes to the creative process,there is no future,there is only the past and the now,sure we extrapolate and project as humans do but it's in the rumination of ideas,concepts and actions that we find ourselves....it's in front of us all the time,it's that ant your about to step on,or consequently not step on,it's in that fluctuating beat that's going on behind your eyes,for instance you mentioned you had a lot of unfinished tracks you were about to bin,somewhere among all that stuff is a passage or phrase that is worth keeping,try finding it,copy and paste it into a new track slot then delete everything else.....to me making music is like milking a cow (without any machinery! lol)you have to sit down with a bucket and stool an get to it and in that process barring accidents you'll end up with something,sorry if I got a little tangential here,this is a great track with plenty of great mojo!..cheers Dave :)

    Reply by silverman

    Thanks Mr planet jazz.
    You were the fist guy to intrigue me when I first discovered the loop section and when the track section wasn'r noticed for a very long time.
    I think your loops are increbiially inventive.
    I've used them in a few tracks but mostly in the one I did called the film.
    Thankyou for such encouregment.
    I think I'm going to have to chill for a while as my brain is just satring to flood with Nitrazepam and Palexia. Very heavy mix but will have upright and pain free within a short while.
    Right now I'm struggling to type.
    If I've missed any please accept my apologies but I'll be back after some chemical indeuced stupour dreaming./

  10. SeriouslyJoking
    SeriouslyJoking on Fri 10th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Very creative stuff here!
    I'm travelling along the music (in my mind - I should actually be asleep and not killing sleeping time in front of the computer) and enjoying the trip.
    You are one of those musical picture painters here I gather, this is even more like a movie though.
    Very talented.

    Cheers/ SJ =)

    Reply by silverman

    Thank you CJ for your time.
    Yes I have these urges to create landscapes feelings dimensions moods etc.
    I'm going to keep practising and practising some more .... once the mojo is wound up again.

  11. WoozyBeats
    WoozyBeats on Thu 9th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Nice work ;)
    Lots of stuff going on here all the way through, very dynamic and creative beats always evolving i specially enjoyed that part from 2:40 onwards very cool indeed although that sax at 2:45 is causing some distortion on my monitors.
    Overall is a very creative ambient track which in my opinion only needs some adjusting on the levels here and there.
    I like it very much.

    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for listening and commenting.
    My mojo aint working just now so I think I'm planning on listening to as many tunes on here as possible over the next few days with no attempt to create anything!

  12. Oceanically
    Oceanically on Thu 9th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Really nice ambient work! I like the subtle hints and references to a train rain with the little samples you used (like the sound of steam and engine) Really cleverly done!

    Reply by silverman

    The good news is there are no little samples of steam or engine anywhere in there!
    White noise manipulated with a hi hat and a base drone manipulated with synths guitar and drums.
    At 1.15 to 1.20 there is a small sample of an actual railway line noise in the back ground and that's it no other train stuff anywhere.
    Thanks Ocean for commenting .... petty you couldn't do it in that lovely voice of yours many of us so enjoy.

  13. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Thu 9th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hi hoe Silver,
    Mate, Ive just about to listen to your new track you moved it?
    Playing hide and seek are we?

    Reply by silverman

    Hya Jam ... I uploaded it had one listen to it and delted it.
    Was not happy with it at all.
    Working on stuff but not got much time to come in here at the mo.

  14. SHWAK
    SHWAK on Thu 9th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    dang i was really enjoying it! but then the beat dropped and it sort of changed keys or something ( not sure )

    but still - - - great intro ! ! !

    Reply by silverman

    The wrong leaves were on the line!
    You won't get that unless you're in the u.k.
    Thanks for commenting.

  15. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Thu 9th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Wow, how did you do those cool effects to the synths? That's SICK. Awesome, I mean. Wow. Very ambient, a little on the odd side but that's not a bad thing :P Very original work. One thing that stood out to me was the drums were a little loud and harsh on the high end for me, but thats just me :P Maybe turning them down just a hair will help allow you to raise the overall volume without making it uncomfortable for the listener.



    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for your generous comments ER.
    Lot of VST work especially using the Oh My God one.

  16. Danke
    Danke on Tue 7th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Mr. Silverman!

    Straight through from a Tarantino soundtrack...:-)

    Fabulous music right here...got that train feeling...we made a track with Ed (Tumbleweed) in same manner...just staring out the window and telling stories from the past and hoping the good ones from the future...

    Respect and handshake, Danke

    Reply by silverman

    Thank you so much Danke.
    I'm thoroughly enjoying painting my soundscapes together just now.
    Finding the right sounds shaping the right sounds takes flaming hours days but it's worth it when others appreciate the results.
    I have to go out somewhere now at just gone midnight and I'll be driving along my favourite stretch of highway with the volume up loud.
    Here I om A55 North Wales ... goes through long tunnels skims the ocean cuts through mountains ... foot down all the way watching for cops in the rear view mirror whilst racing the London to Holyhead express that skims along the side of the road.
    Goodnight folks.

  17. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Tue 7th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hi ho Silver,
    Havent you got a bed to go to!!!!

    Reply by silverman

    Hya Jamid ... didn't really know whether I was coming or going in the end last night doped up to the eyeballs on very strong opiates and have spent most of today in bed semi comatose having the wildest and most vivid opium dreams!
    All on prescription of course .... I'm not quite a junky yet.
    Feel tons better now and clear headed.
    I have a spinal condition that doesn't bother me some days but then bang I run screaming to the medicine chest!
    I'm going looking for your latest choooon me boy.

  18. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 6th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    I like how the rhythm and the bass mimic a locamotive. Great sounds, sax equates to the horn, you even make it sound like a steam locomotive. The subtle placement of guitar is awesome as well. The bass line is right out of the seventies (Quiet Sun) . Awesome creative use of minimalism to represent a visual idea using sound, brilliant my friend.

    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for your kind comments.
    I love that slow blowy sex sax!
    I've got this mad desire to create images.
    Lately I've used a clock a heart beat an engine white noise for a breathing pump but only very subtly ... apart from the heartbeat that wasn't subtle.
    Having to listen to this stuff over and over and over some more while building it up should come with a health warning.
    The heart one I swear I had palpitations.
    This one I've stamped some of the plaster off the wall under my desk!
    Thank you for your time Cruce.

  19. BeatMaker4real
    BeatMaker4real on Mon 6th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Great sounding track, first time reviewing a Ambient track, didn't know what to expect (I gotta expand mt horizons)
    The mix is knocking great job.

    Reply by silverman

    Thanks for listening BM.
    Not very ambient really is it!

  20. soundhound
    soundhound on Mon 6th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Really good sound and groove, not sure about Ambient
    more of a chill or dance groove...
    But it's nothing but some Music so call it what you like...
    Why everything has to be in a box, is way below the talent
    that is needed to make Music anyway...

    Cool track...


    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for taking the time Soundhound.
    I have no idea why I chose that genre.
    Not sure I did intentionally.
    I never know which one to pick half the time and may well have gone at it like blindfolded and stick a pin in it approach.

  21. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Mon 6th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    I have made this track specially for you mate I hope you like it.

  22. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Sun 5th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Hi hoe Silver,
    Wow mate, when did you upload it?
    Yes, I must say this is your best work so far.
    It constructed very nicely and tastefully.
    The only problem I have with it, I cannot kill it ????
    Brilliant .favs it goes
    Well done

    Reply by silverman

    You could always derail it ho ho ho!!!!!
    Thank you for the kind comments I've just been listening to your latest and decided not comment till I've listened again.
    Doesn't have your signature but I'll get to that when I've listened again.
    Once again thank you Jam.

  23. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 5th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Fabulous...incredible...you transformed the feeling of night train ride into a soundpicture so incredibly well that this is unbelievable....I hope I'm not too generous if I say this is probably your best work to date!

    Compliments and respect______Orlando

    Reply by silverman

    Wow thanks Orlando ... I'm a bit speechless .....

  24. flacafull
    flacafull on Sun 5th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    that was great. It sounds so heavy.

    Reply by silverman

    It does indeed sound a little heavy doesn't it.
    Thanx for your time.

  25. Evolushroom
    Evolushroom on Sun 5th Jul 2015 - 7 years ago

    Aswome track man

    Reply by silverman

    Track .... railway track?
    Thank you for your kind words.
    I've had a thing lately about creating pictures and moods.

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