Rasa Dance - The Music of Connection by Steve Roach, 2013, new age
Structures from Silence, released in 1984, was the only album by Steve Roach I had previously encountered. I listened to Rasa Dance purely because of its cover. I read nothing, I didn't have to, it was going to be folk music and I was going to get back to work.

After a double-take, I learned that Steve Roach has been more far more prolific than I expected given the age of the only work I had heard before.

Scrolling down his Bandcamp album lineup forced me to notice the long, left-field description explaining why Rasa Dance exists, which would not be improved by my paraphrasing.

Favorite Track: Where Rasa Lives
If you like this track, try: The Pearl by Harold Budd and Brian Eno
If you like this album, try: Power Spot by Jon Hassell, Fourth World Vol. 1 by Jon Hassell and Brian Eno

And no, there's no sign of a video of those dancing horses as far as I can see.
(these open in a new tab)
  1. Gone West
  2. Truth and Beauty
  3. Nightshade
  4. Flatlands
  5. Merge
  6. Heart's Core
  7. In the Eye of Noche
  8. Where Rasa Lives

Todo: learn to load just the player in a frame