Complex Silence 15

by Phillip Wilkerson

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Brian Bourassa
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Brian Bourassa Having already downloaded the entire "Complex Silence" series, pioneered by non other than Phillip Wilkerson himself, and having amassed countless great ambient artists to participate, this is one of the few times that we have the chance to reward the artists for these great works.

Phillip Wilkerson has shaped the series from it's inception and this work is one of the most pleasurable to listen to.
Duff Egan
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Duff Egan 2015, man, so glad this year is almost over. It was perhaps the most difficult of my life and it sounds like I'm not alone. When PW describes how it's the beginning of a new chapter, it really resonates with me. As I sit absorbing the powerful emotive sounds of this record, it's helping me make peace with a sad year and day. All my good vibes and gratitude is sent along to you, PW, thank you for having the courage to move forward and continue to share your music with us.
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Originally released May 2011 -

Somewhere toward the end of one chapter and the beginning of a new one, I found the strength to return to music. Within that space, I was able to focus on creating a longform ambient piece that reflected the sense of calm I had regained following a major crises in my life. I came across a message posted on a blog (of all places) that spoke directly to me and I created Complex Silence 15 while these words drifted through my head:

"Peace. It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart." (Author Unknown)

Complex Silence 15 is an expression of calm in the midst of the thousand and one things; truly feeling the stillness, tranquility, and peace; and knowing there is nothing to fear, only reasons to hope.

May this music help you to find your true internal silence and space--that deep, profound equanimity awaiting you within your own heart.

Phillip Wilkerson
December 15, 2015

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released May 19, 2011

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