ONLY YOU is the sound of 80s synthpop. The synthesizer-based soundtrack to a movie that never was, or an iconic pop band of the era that hasn't surfaced until now. It was created in 2012 by producer/songwriter Jonathan Siejka, who, despite other musical endeavors, could not escape his affinity for the catchy melodies and slick production of the period. Dreamy sounds reminiscent of movie scores by the likes of Tangerine Dream and Vangelis are interwoven with the top 40 style of the decade, successfully capturing the spirit of a more innocent time in music.
The Mirror of Dreams
1. The Mirror of Dreams
2. In Their Eyes
3. The Starchild
4. Lay Me Down
5. A World of Wonder
7. Everything's Dancing
8. The Unknown Beyond
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