I accidently came across your site on the internet.
Thanks for all of the nice comments.
I have several of the releases you do not have...including some of the other artists.
All of my music is on CD - but has not been re-released.
I did most of the music for the "hypnosis tapes" released in 1985-1987.
I also did music for another company - Jonathan Parker's Gateways institute.
These were all "self-help" releases - on cassette - in 1988-89. There were many.
I also have an unreleased project that was going to come out on the Synergy Label, Audion in 1990.
They went belly up - and so did it.......I re-mastered all of these releases several years ago - and the CD's sound great. I also have a release from "Valley of the Sun" so that I can release the music on my own.
I haven't had the time to do so, so they have languished in the vault so to speak.
The label was the brainchild of Richard and Scott Sutphen. Scott recruited me, and TRANSCENDENCE was the result. That was almost thirty years ago - hard to believe. I was one of their first artists - and remained with them until the label closed.
I may have copies of some of the other releases you don't have - I worked with Robert Slapp some, and he sent me label releases in advance.
At the time, I really wanted all of my releases out on CD. They were all originally mastered to SONY PCM - the original DAT. The quality has always been great, and they sound much better
in digital. I had a high quality studio for the time, and made efforts to make the recordings as good as anything out there. BUT at the time, CD releases required "big" budgets - $15k per/release - and were beyond what the label wanted to spend.
The unreleased project was titled "Planet Earth" - and was a sonic history of the earth. It was pretty cool - and I developed all sorts of sounds for it - from atoms to volcanos to earthquakes to
insects and dinosaurs. It was the project Audion was interested in - and I never offered it to Vallery of the Sun. The friends I have shared it with always liked it - and it was perhaps the best thing I did.....I guess that is the story of life - the best efforts end up unheard."