Because that's exactly what you get on 'Luna'. Three minimal ambient tracks, floating on almost mechanical soundscapes and tiny variations. To the untrained ear, this might seem quite stale and perhaps even boring but the ambient aficionado will definitely find the true value of this. Opener 'From the village to the country under the moonlight' seems to be one long soundscape which never alters, or at least very rarely. The other tracks follow that example.
In a way, there's not much happening on this album but I really like it that way. It has the power to calm you down, making it perfect music to meditate to, or to play while writing or other creative activities. 'Midnight: song of crickets on the green hill' is the shortest track, but surprisingly also the most varied one, almost melodic even. Closer 'Night climb to the Mount Analogue' nudges back towards the extreme minimalist approach as the first track.
Albums like these prove that music can be much more than a number of sounds you listen to in order to avoid the noise of the outside world. Music affects your body, your mind and your spirit. It can make you feel warm, cold, happy, sad, melancholic or angry and it can help you meditate. 'Luna' belongs to the latter. Play it, close your eyes and let your imagination do the rest. You will not regret it...