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The Remote Viewer – I Can’t Believe It’s Not Better (2008)


Artist: The Remote Viewer
Album: I Can’t Believe It’s Not Better
Label: Mobeer
Release date: July 2008
Genre: Electronic
Style: Ambient Pop/Downtempo
RIYL: Epic45, The Boats, Marsen Jules


“It’s been over 3 years since the Remote Viewer’s last album “Let your Heart Draw A Line” so it’s been quite a wait – but from the instant you start playing this amazing set of tracks you find yourself comforted by the familiar yet forever beguiling sound this band makes.

Delicate percussive underlays, pops and whirrs, tinkling melodies, banjo strums, loose piano arrangements and an assortment of found sounds mingle in with deep, almost gargantuan basslines that accompany many of the Remote Viewer’s finest tracks.

There are some surprising treats in store too – with band member Andrew Johnson allowing his singing voice to be heard properly for the first time in years, while faithful family member Nicola Hodgkinson contributes some of her vocal magic to proceedings.

With packaging to die for (it took the label endless late nights to get all the elements together – more or less everything has been hand made) we’re thinking that this is one of the most beautiful and sublime releases we’ve laid our hands on in a while.” [Boomkat]



[The Remote Viewer – Open MySpace page in a new window]


Tracklisting

01. Untitled
02. Untitled
03. Untitled
04. Untitled
05. Untitled
06. Untitled
07. Untitled
08. Untitled
09. Untitled
10. Untitled

Total running time: 39′ 32″





Here she be:

Download


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October 21, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Electronica, The Remote Viewer, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brian Eno – Pellisero Wine Promo CD [FLAC]

Brian Eno – Pellisero Wine Promo CD
2003
FLAC

A rather strange one this!

In 2003, to promote an Italian wine (Pellisero), for some reason, a promotional CD was sent to wine distributors!

Very surreal!! … Eno music never really encourages me to drink wine! Everything else does, however!

This promotional CD included 5 unreleased Brian Eno tracks.

The music sounds like outtakes from “Bell Studies” period.

Ripped in FLAC with cover scans.

Tracklisting

1) Study 16 (x5, x3, series ratios) 2:32
2) Study 17 (pythgorean ratios) 4:12
3) If a bell became a drone 2:14
4) Campion Bells 2:25
5) Bell Study with distant delay 5:22

Big thanks to cosmos65



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October 13, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Utada Hikaru – Piano Melodies


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Utada Hikaru – Piano Melodies

Instrumental | MP3 192kbps | 49 MB

Hikaru Utada- born January 19, 1983 in NYC- , also known by her fans as Hikki, is a singer-songwriter, arranger and record producer in Japan.

She is well-known internationally for her two theme song contributions to Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts video game series:”Simple and Clean” and “Sanctuary”.

wiki/Utada_Hikaru





Tracklisting

1. Automatic
2. Another Chance
3. In My Room
4. Movin’ On Without You
5. Never Let Go
6. Amai Wana ~ Paint It, Black
7. Time Will Tell
8. B&C
9. Give Me A Reason
10. First Love

Big thanks to the original poster


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October 13, 2008 Posted by | Japan, Music_Ambient, Utada Hikaru, _BABE, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

A Heap of Imogen Heap !

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Imogen Heap (born December 9, 1977) is a Grammy nominated English singer-songwriter from Romford, London, most famous for her work as part of Frou Frou and for her 2005 solo record Speak for Yourself, which she wrote, produced and mixed herself. In 2006, she was nominated for two Grammy Awards.

More here: Imogen_heap

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Frou Frou – Details (2002)
Style: Ambient/Alternative/Electronica/Indie/Pop/Rock/Downtempo

Frou Frou were an English electronic music duo composed of Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth.

Tracklisting

1. Let Go
2. Breathe In
3. It’s Good To Be In Love
4. Must Be Dreaming
5. Psychobabble
6. Only Got One
7. Shh
8. Hear Me Out
9. Maddening Shroud
10. Flicks
11. The Dumbing Down Of Love



Artist: Imogen Heap
Title: I Megaphone
Year: 1998
Quality: 192 Kbps

Tracklisting

1. Getting Scared
2. Sweet Religion
3. Oh Me, Oh My
4. Shine
5. Whatever
6. Angry Angel
7. Candlelight
8. Rake It In
9. Come Here Boy
10. Useless
11. Sleep

Here be Heap

Imogen Heap – Speak for Yourself (2005)

Tracklisting

1. Headlock
2. Goodnight and Go
3. Have You Got It In You?
4. Loose Ends
5. Hide and Seek
6. Clear The Area
7. Daylight Robbery
8. The Walk
9. Just For Now
10. I Am In Love With You
11. Closing In
12. The Moment I Said It

Here be Heap

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October 9, 2008 Posted by | Frou Frou, Imogen Heap, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Electronica, Music_Pop, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon – 30th Anniversary Edition

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Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon [SACD-DTS 5.1] 30th Anniversary Edition

SACD Release: 2003 | Label: EMI |Genre : Progressive Rock
Included : CUE + Wav + Covers | Size : 500 MB

WARNING!!!


Audio Format: Digital Surround DTS 5.1

To play DTS CDs you need to have equipment that supports DTS and a surround sound system that is capable of decoding the DTS signal. Don’t play this on equipment that isn’t compatible because you’ll only hear static.


Super Audio CD (SACD)

The Super Audio CD (SACD) features two disc layers. One layer contains a standard version of the album that works on any CD player. The other layer includes high-resolution stereo and a 5.1 surround version of the recording that works on SACD-compatible DVD players and home theater systems. Both layers employ SACD’s Direct Stream Digital (DSD) encoding process that samples the music 64 times faster than CD for unprecedented fidelity.

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Dark Side of the Moon, originally released in 1973, is one of those albums that is discovered anew by each generation of rock listeners. This complex, often psychedelic music works very well because Pink Floyd doesn’t rush anything; the songs are mainly slow to mid-tempo, with attention paid throughout to musical texture and mood. The sound effects on songs like “On the Run,” “Time” and especially “Money” (with sampled sounds of clinking coins and cash registers turned into rhythmic accompaniment) are impressive, especially when we remember that 1973 was before the advent of digital recording techniques. This is probably Pink Floyd’s best-known work, and it’s an excellent place to start if you’re new to the band.

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The Dark Side of the Moon (titled in the 1993 CD release as Dark Side of the Moon) is a 1973 concept album by Pink Floyd. It explores the nature of the human experience, with themes such as birth, time, greed, conflict, travel, mental illness, and death.

It is considered by many fans and critics to be the band’s magnum opus, and is generally hailed as the record that defined their sound. It was a landmark in rock music, featuring radio-suitable songs such as Money, Time, Us and Them, and Brain Damage/Eclipse that also incorporate ethereal concrete sound techniques. Some critics use the album as a point of reference between classic blues rock and the then-new genre of electronic music. However, the work’s softer touches of lyrical and musical nuance are what make Dark Side stand apart from its peers. All four of the band members participated in the writing and production: David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, and Richard Wright. It is the first Pink Floyd album with all lyrics credited to Roger Waters. It is the third bestselling album of all time and stayed longer on the US Billboard Top 200 chart than any other album in history (741+ weeks).

Tracklisting

01. Speak To Me
02. Breathe
03. On The Run
04. Time
05. Great Gig In The Sky
06. Money
07. Us And Them
08. Any Colour You Like
09. Brain Damage
10. Eclipse

Total Time: 42:59

Line-Up:
– David Gilmour / guitars, vocals, VCS3
– Nick Mason / drums, percussion, tape effects
– Roger Waters / bass, vocals, VCS3, tape effects
– Richard Wright / keyboards, vocals, VCS3

With:
– Dick Parry / saxophone (6-7)
– Clare Torry / lead vocals (5)
– Leslie Duncan / backing vocals
– Lisa Strike / backing vocals
– Barry St. John / backing vocals
– Doris Troy / backing vocals

Details
5.1 Surround mix by James Guthrie
Assistant engineer Joel Plante
5.1 and stereo mastering by Doug Sax and James Guthrie
Assisted by Joel Plante and Gus Skinas
Mixed and mastered at das boot recording
DSD authoring for SACD by Gus Skinas

Here she be:

Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon [DTS 5.1]

Password: EktorasClub

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October 8, 2008 Posted by | Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicRock, Pink Floyd, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Sigur Ros – Discography

Sigur Ros – Discography
Lossless: EAC rip (FLAC+CUE+LOG) | Full Covers
7 Albums | 66 tracks | Total Time: 07:09:45 | 2.41 GB


“with a buzz in our ears we play endlessly”

The greatest thing to come out of Iceland! Well, after that gorgeous, yet nasty and very drunk, chick (see pic below) I met when I went there 5 years ago, who in between infinite gulps of raw vodka, kept Mr. Stupid junior stiff as an icicle (well, Iceland is damn cold!!) for three full fun filled days …. and three full fun filled nights!

Man, it took a hell of a long time to thaw Mr. Stupid junior out after those exploits!!

Awwww …. we’re made of memories (or mammaries), and all we’ve got are memories (or mammaries) !!!

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Artist’s impression by Mr. Stupid junior. Not necessarily accurate…. In fact, not remotely fucking accurate!


Ahem ….. what the fuck was I talking about? Ah yeah … Sigur Ros !

Better than Bjork?, a moron asks (we get lots of that species here!)?

Better than Bjork? …. Well, to put it subtly, a squeaking drooling rat crawling over my dying body would sound better than Bjork!

Sigur Rós are a great Icelandic slow-motion rock band (according to the band’s own fucked up definition!) with post-rock elements.

The name is derived from the name of lead vocalist Jónsi Birgisson’s little sister Sigurrós. According to their website, it is pronounced “si-ur rose”. They hail from the same creative and vibrant Icelandic music scene as múm and Amiina. They released their first ever foray into film-making with their tour documentary, Heima in late 2007.


History

Jón Þór (Jónsi) Birgisson, Georg Hólm and Ágúst Ævar Gunnarsson formed the group in Reykjavík, Iceland in August 1994.

They soon won a record deal with a local record label, Bad Taste.

In 1997, they released Von (Hope) and in 1998 a remix collection named Von brigði. The name is Icelandic wordplay: Vonbrigði means “disappointment”, but Von brigði means “hope alteration”. (In English, the album is sometimes known by the alternative name “Recycle Bin”.)

International acclaim came with 1999’s Ágætis Byrjun (“An alright start”) for which the band were joined by Kjartan Sveinsson. The album’s reputation slowly spread by word of mouth over the next two years. Soon many critics worldwide hailed it as one of the best albums of its time and the band was playing with Radiohead and other big names. Drummer Ágúst left the band after the recording of Ágætis Byrjun and was replaced by Orri Páll Dýrason.

After the release of Ágætis Byrjun, the band became perhaps most well known for Birgisson’s signature style of playing guitar with the bow from a cello, accentuated with reverb, creating a sweeping, fluid sound that is unique for an electric guitar.

In early 2001, Sigur Rós set out to record some songs in their newly-completed álafoss swimming pool studio with their friend Steindór Andersen who is a fisherman and chairman of the Icelandic poetry society, called Iðunn. Steindór is a chanter/singer of the traditional Icelandic epic poetry form called Rímur. Only 1000 copies of the EP were printed and sold in the spring tour of 2001.

In 2002, their highly anticipated follow-up album ( ) was released. Upon release all tracks on the album were untitled, though the band later published song names on their website. Famously all of the lyrics on ( ) are sung in vonlenska (“Hopelandic”), nonsensical vocalisations which resemble the sound of the Icelandic language.

It has also been said that the listener is supposed to interpret their own meanings of the lyrics which can then be written in the blank pages in the album booklet.

In October of 2003, Sigur Rós joined Radiohead in composing music for Merce Cunningham’s dance piece Split Sides; Sigur Rós’s three tracks were named Ba Ba Ti Ki Di Do and released in March of 2004. The three tracks (Ba Ba Ti Ki Di Do) are separate endeavours, but the band intended that all three be played at the same time to form one single track. The band’s 1997 debut album Von also finally found a U.S. and U.K. release in October of 2004.

Their next full-length album, Takk… (Thanks…), was released on September 13, 2005, with a legal download of their first single, Glósóli, made available on August 15.

For North American fans, Sæglópur was made available for download on August 16. Hoppípolla, the second official single from Takk…, was released on November 28 alongside a new studio remake of Hafsól, a song which was previously released on the band’s 1997 debut, Von.

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An extended Sæglópur EP was released on July 10th in most parts of the world and on August 8th in the United States. Its original release date was May 8th, but because of the sudden demand of “Hoppípolla”, especially in the UK due to its inclusion on BBC’s ‘Planet Earth’, it was pushed back from that date. Sigur Rós recorded three new songs for the EP (Refur, Ófriður, and Kafari).

The Hvarf/Heim double album was released on November 5th 2007, comprising two separate albums. Hvarf contains reworkings of songs dating back to the bands’ first album, whereas Heim contains live acoustic versions of more well known songs. The double album was an accompaniment to the film Heima.

Sigur Rós have sold over 2.5 million albums worldwide.

Sigur Rós are currently touring worldwide and their newest album Með suð í eyrum, við spilum endalaustwas release on June 23 2008.


Sigur Ros – Discography

[b]Von (1997)

Tracklist
1. sigur rós [9:46 mins]
2. dögun [5:50 mins]
3. hún jörð [7:17 mins]
4. leit að lífi [2:33 mins]
5. myrkur [6:14 mins]
6. 18 sekúndur fyrir sólarupprás [0:18 mins]
7. hafssól [12:24 mins]
8. veröld ný óg óð [3:29 mins]
9. von [5:12 mins]
10. mistur [2:16]
11. syndir guðs (opinberun frelsarans) [7:40 mins]
12. rukrym [8:59 mins]

Agaetis byrjun (1999)

Tracklist
1. intro [1:36 mins]
2. svefn-g-englar [10:04 mins]
3. starálfur [6:47 mins]
4. flugufrelsarinn [7:47 mins]
5. ný batterí [8:11 mins]
6. hjartað hamast (bamm bamm bamm) [7:11 mins]
7. viðrar vel til loftárása [10:18 mins]
8. olsen olsen [8:03 mins]
9. ágætis byrjun [7:56 mins]
10. avalon [4:00 mins]

( ) (2002)

Tracklist
8 untitled tracks

Ba Ba Ti Ki Di Do EP (2004)

Tracklist
1. ba ba [6:12 mins]
2. ti ki [8:49 mins]
3. di do [5:42 mins]

Takk… (2005)

Tracklist
1. takk… · 01:57 mins
2. glósóli · 06:15 mins
3. hoppípolla · 04:28 mins
4. með blóðnasir · 02:17 mins
5. sé lest · 08:40 mins
6. sæglópur · 07:38 mins
7. mílanó · 10:25 mins
8. gong · 5:33 mins
9. andvari · 06:40 mins
10. svo hljótt · 07:24 mins
11. heysátan · 04:09 mins

Hvarf-Heim (2007) double album

Tracklist
hvarf studio cd

1. salka
2. hljómalind
3. í gær
4. von
5. hafsól

heim live acoustic cd
1. samskeyti
2. starálfur
3. vaka
4. ágætis byrjun
5. heysátan
6. von

Med Sud I Eyrum Vid Spilum Endalaust (2008)

Tracklist
1. gobbledigook · 3:05 mins
2. inní mér syngur vitleysingur · 4:05 mins
3. góðan daginn · 5:15 mins
4. við spilum endalaust · 3:33 mins
5. festival · 9:24 mins
6. með suð í eyrum · 4:56 mins
7. ára bátur · 8:57 mins
8. illgresi · 4:13 mins
9. fljótavík · 3:49 mins
10. straumnes · 2:01 mins
11. all alright · 6:21 mins

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October 7, 2008 Posted by | Iceland., Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Sigur Rós, _BABE, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Pink Floyd Flac Collection

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Pink Floyd Flac Playlist

Flac | 2.43gb | RS | Includes Covers

Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here

01- Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part One).flac – FLAC – 73.05 – MB – 13:31
02- Pink Floyd – Welcome To The Machine.flac – FLAC –
03- Pink Floyd – Have A Cigar.flac – FLAC – 31.55 MB – 05:08
04- Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here.flac – FLAC – 30.02 MB – 05:40
05- Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part Two).flac – FLAC – 69.71 MB – 12:23
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Pink Floyd – Animals

06- Pink Floyd – Pigs On The Wing (Part One).flac – FLAC – 6.24 MB – 01:25
07- Pink Floyd – Dogs.flac – FLAC – 94.11 MB – 17:04
08- Pink Floyd – Pigs (Three Different Ones).flac – FLAC – 54.36 MB – 11:22
09- Pink Floyd – Sheep.flac – FLAC – 49.79 MB – 10:24
10- Pink Floyd – Pigs On The Wing (Part Two).flac – FLAC – 6.45 MB – 01:25
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Pink Floyd – The Wall Cd’s 1 & 2

11- Pink Floyd – In The Flesh .flac – FLAC – 19.48 MB – 03:18
12- Pink Floyd – The Thin Ice.flac – FLAC – 12.47 MB – 02:29
13- Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1).flac – FLAC – 17.07 MB – 03:41
14- Pink Floyd – The Happiest Days Of Our Lives.flac – FLAC – 7.40 MB – 01:21
15- Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2).flac – FLAC – 23.18 MB – 03:56
17- Pink Floyd – Mother.flac – FLAC – 31.44 MB – 05:33
18- Pink Floyd – Goodbye Blue Sky.flac – FLAC – 12.63 MB – 02:48
19- Pink Floyd – Empty Spaces.flac – FLAC – 30.16 MB – 05:36
20- Pink Floyd – Young Lust.flac – FLAC – 8.06 MB – 02:03
21- Pink Floyd – One Of My Turns.flac – FLAC – 10.16 MB – 01:34
22- Pink Floyd – Don’t Leave Me Now.flac – FLAC – 19.46 MB – 04:23
23- Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall (Part 3).flac – FLAC – 7.03 MB – 01:17
24- Pink Floyd – Goodbye Cruel World.flac – FLAC – 3.98 MB – 01:05
25- Pink Floyd – Hey You.flac – FLAC – 24.65 MB – 04:41
26- Pink Floyd – Is There Anybody Out There .flac – FLAC – 11.35 MB – 02:40
27- Pink Floyd – Nobody Home.flac – FLAC – 14.92 MB – 03:25
28- Pink Floyd -Vera.flac – FLAC – 6.68 MB – 01:39
29- Pink Floyd – Bring The Boys Back Home.flac – FLAC – 5.23 MB – 00:51
30- Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb.flac – FLAC – 40.26 MB – 06:49
31- Pink Floyd – The Show Must Go On.flac – FLAC – 8.68 MB –
32- Pink Floyd – In The Flesh.flac – FLAC – 22.84 MB – 04:17
33- Pink Floyd -Run Like Hell.flac – FLAC – 23.16 MB – 04:23
34- Pink Floyd -Waiting For The Worms.flac – FLAC – 20.45 MB – 03:57
35- Pink Floyd – Stop.flac – FLAC – 2.14 MB – 00:35
36- Pink Floyd – The Trial.flac – FLAC – 26.28 MB – 05:16
37- Pink Floyd – Outside The Wall.flac – FLAC – 5.85 MB – 01:43
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Pink Floyd – Meddle

38-Pink Floyd – One Of These Days.flac – FLAC – 26.96 MB – 05:59
39-Pink Floyd – A Pillow Of Winds.flac – FLAC – 25.69 MB – 05:11
40-Pink Floyd – Fearless.flac – FLAC – 33.41 MB – 06:09
41-Pink Floyd – San Tropez.flac – FLAC – 19.96 MB – 03:44
42-Pink Floyd – Seamus.flac – FLAC – 8.93 MB – 02:17
43-Pink Floyd – Echoes.flac – FLAC – 112.20 MB – 23:31
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The Delicate Sound Of Thunder (Live Album)

44-Pink Floyd – (Live) Shine On You Crazy Diamond.flac – FLAC – 68.44 MB – 11:54
45-Pink Floyd – (Live)Learning To Fly.flac – FLAC – 35.12 MB – 05:27
46-Pink Floyd – (Live)Yet Another Movie.flac – FLAC – 38.09 MB – 06:21
47-Pink Floyd – (Live)Round And Around.flac – FLAC 2.95 MB – 00:34
48-Pink Floyd – (Live)Sorrow.flac – FLAC – 55.24 MB – 09:29
49-Pink Floyd – (Live)The Dogs Of War.flac – FLAC – 41.95 MB – 07:19
50-Pink Floyd – (Live)On The Turning Away.flac – FLAC – 44.51 MB – 07:57
51-Pink Floyd – (Live)One Of These Days.flac – FLAC – 34.93 MB – 06:17
52-Pink Floyd – (Live)Time.flac – FLAC – 31.46 MB – 05:17
53-Pink Floyd – (Live)Wish You Were Here.flac – FLAC – 28.00 MB – 04:49
54-Pink Floyd – (Live)Us And Them.flac – FLAC – 40.26 MB – 07:22
55-Pink Floyd – (Live)Money.flac – FLAC – 58.43 MB – 09:52
56-Pink Floyd – (Live)Another Brick In The Wall Part II.flac – FLAC – 33.96 MB – 05:29
57-Pink Floyd – (Live)Comfortably Numb.flac – FLAC – 58.04 MB – 08:57
58-Pink Floyd – (Live)Run Like Hell.flac – FLAC – 42.86 MB – 07:12
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Pink Floyd – More Blues (Limited Edition Album)

59-Pink Floyd – Astronomy Domine.flac – FLAC – 62.33 MB – 10:36
60-Pink Floyd – Fat Old Sun.flac – FLAC – 85.81 MB – 14:07
61-Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother.flac – FLAC – 108.59 MB – 18:35
62-Pink Floyd – Cymbaline.flac FLAC – 65.65 MB – 11:42
63-Pink Floyd – The Embryo.flac – FLAC – 83.23 MB – 13:10
64-Pink Floyd – Just Another Twelve Bar Original.flac – FLAC – 35.88 MB – 05:29
65-Pink Floyd – More Blues.flac FLAC – 55.31 MB – 09:16
66-Pink Floyd – Green Is The Color.flac – FLAC – 21.83 MB – 03:30
67-Pink Floyd – Careful With That Axe Eugene.flac – FLAC – 50.81 MB – 07:54
68-Pink Floyd – If.flac – FLAC – 26.49 MB – 04:31
69-Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother Suite (full Orchestra version).flac – FLAC – 162.56 MB – 25:21

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Here she be:
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October 7, 2008 Posted by | Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicRock, Pink Floyd, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Hirano Yoshihisa & Taniuchi Hideki – Death Note OST I

Hirano Yoshihisa & Taniuchi Hideki – Death Note OST I
Artist – Hirano Yoshihisa & Taniuchi Hideki
Album – Death Note OST I, II and III
Year – 2006-2007
Genre – Instrumental Experimental Post-rock (A mix of everything!)

A wonderful score by Yoshihisa Hirano & Taniuchi Hideki for the acclaimed Death Note. This is the score for the first movie in the series.

Yoshihisa Hirano (平野義久) is a Japanese composer, born in 1971. He is known for his very orchestral feeling when it comes to his musical style used for anime scores.

In the past he has created musical scores for Midori Days, Air Master, Strawberry Panic, Ouran High School Host Club; his most recent work was done for the hit movie Death Note.


タニウチヒデキ, Taniuchi Hideki,
born on November 15th in Hokkaido, is a Japanese musician and composer, best known for his work on composing soundtracks to anime series.

Aside from his work as composer, Taniuchi also plays guitar in the Japanese Rockband Shocking Lemon.

In recent years, his popularity was increased due to his works for various anime series, such as Otogizōshi, Akagi, Kaiji and not least due to the worldwide hit DEATH NOTE.

For the latter, Taniuchi composed the 3 OSTs in collaboration with 平野義久 (Yoshihisa Hirano).

Tracklisting

01 Death note
02 Jiken
03 Light’s Theme
04 L’s Theme
05 Kinchou
06 Senritsu
07 Kodoku
08 Tomonari
09 Kitai
10 Tokusou Kira han
11 L’s Theme B
12 Shunjun
13 Tsuiseki
14 L no Nakama
15 Tokusou
16 Shinigami kai
17 Taikutsu
18 Rem
19 Death note Theme
20 Kyrie
21 Domine Kira
22 Teloelogy of death
23 Low of Solipsism
24 Requiem
25 Immanence
26 Dirge
27 Light Lights up light
28 Alert
29 the WORLD (Tv Size)
30 Alumina (Tv size)

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October 3, 2008 Posted by | Hirano Yoshihisa, Japan, Music_Ambient, Music_OST, Taniuchi Hideki, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Sigur Ros – Angel Of The Universe

Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Sigur Ros – Angel Of The Universe
Year – 2001
Genre – Instrumental/ OST / Ambient

Wonderful OST by Icelandic composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson for Angel Of The Universe.

Sigur Ros contribute a few good tracks too.

Review from http://www.popmatters.com/

Sigur Rós fans take note: although the Icelandic art-rockers get prominent billing on this film soundtrack, they contribute only two songs. The bulk of Angels of the Universe comes from film composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson, who adopts a suitably melancholy, tormented tone for the most of the disc, as befits the soundtrack to a dark film about mental illness. I haven’t seen Angels of the Universe, but by all accounts it’s a very powerful but relentlessly bleak affair. It’s also become one of Iceland’s most successful films of all time, which probably says as much about the national character of that frigid little island country as it does about the quality of the film.

Since most listeners will skip right to the end for Sigur Rós’ two closing tracks, let’s start the review there, as well. “Blum blum bambalo” finds the band in mournful mode, with the solemn march of a bass drum punctuating the drone of Jonsi Birgisson’s bowed guitar and melancholy, choir boy vocals. Although unmistakably a Sigur Rós track, “Blum blum bambalo” achieves a kind of solemn grandeur I haven’t heard from the band before, and it’s by far the most interesting thing Angels of the Universe has to offer. After a sweeping finish, the track segues into the churchy rock melodrama of “Death Announcements and Funerals”, a noisy instrumental based on a popular Icelandic funeral hymn. It will probably leave all but Sigur Rós’ most ardent fans scratching their heads — they sound less here like the future of Icelandic music and more like the past of British prog rock. Not since Jethro Tull’s heyday has anyone taken folk music themes and puffed them up into such headbanging bombast.

The rest of Angels in the Universe is mostly sobbing strings and the occasional plaintively plucked guitar; Hilmarsson’s music has the quiet emotiveness of all good soundtrack music, but outside the context of cinema it’s simple and fairly repetitive. He does inject some interesting, avant-garde tonalities, the like of which you’ll never hear in a Hollywood soundtrack — the layered strings of “Memory” and “Degradation” echo the work of other maverick film composers like The Piano’s Michael Nyman. Occasionally Hilmarsson jolts his listeners with something different — “Over the Bend”, for example, erupts mid-way into an ominous rumble of acoustic and electronic percussion that rises and falls in volume against the dark backdrop of those slightly off-key strings that are Hilmarsson’s signature sound. Other tracks that stand out for their sheer disturbingness are “Journey to the Underworld”, in which a single violin saws gnat-like through a series of atonal chords, and “Relapse”, which uses a distorted drum solo to create a very fair sonic approximation of a nervous breakdown. But for the most part the pleasures in Hilmarsson’s music are subtle and small — this is not catchy stuff, even by the offbeat standards of Icelandic music.

Still, Angels of the Universe has its moments. In addition to the mournful majesty of Sigur Rós’ “Blum blum bambalo”, there are at least two Hilmarsson tracks, that surpass their status as soundtrack fragments and stand on their own as striking compositions: the Steven Reich-like “Schiller in China” and the achingly beautiful “Te Morituri . . .”. For fans of this kind of dissonant yet romantic string music, Hilmarsson is certainly a composer worth getting to know, either here or on his other major motion picture soundtrack, Children of Nature. As for fans of Sigur Rós — well, for a band that takes as many risks as they do, one out of two ain’t bad.

Tracklisting

01. Approach-Dream
02. Memory
03. The Black Dog And The Scottish Play
04. Degradation
05. Over The Bend
06. Colours
07. Journey To The Underworld
08. Shave
09. On The Road
10. Another Memory
11. Relapse
12. Coma
13. Schiller In China
14. Helpless
15. Te Morituri…
16. Bium Bium Bambalo
17. Death Announcements And Funerals

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Future Sound Of London – Environments II (2008)

Future Sound Of London – Environments II (2008)
Mp3 / 320 kbps / RS and multi mirror


This genus of music is really not our normal cup of Jack Daniels but we did like this lot back in the day! I think we had Lifeforms and Dead Cities and they got a lot of play!

I hadn’t heard anything about them in a while though. I thought they’d died! But apparently not!


The Future Sound of London are a prolific British electronic music band comprised of Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans. The duo are often credited with pushing the boundaries of electronic music experimentation and of pioneering a new era of dance music.

Although often labelled as ambient, Cobain and Dougans usually resist being typecast into any one particular genre. Their work covers most areas of electronic music, such as ambient techno, drum and bass, trip-hop, ambient dub, acid techno and often involves extreme experimentation; for example they have, since the turn of the millennium, experimented with psychedelic rock under their Amorphous Androgynous alias.

The artists have been fairly enigmatic in the past but have become more candid with their fanbase in recent years with social websites like Myspace, Youtube, their forum and many interviews in which Cobain almost always speaks for them both. In addition to music composition, their interests have covered a number of areas including film and video, 2D and 3D computer graphics, animation in making almost all their own videos for their singles, radio broadcasting and creating their own electronic devices for sound making.


Tracklisting

1. Viewed From Above (2:34)
2. Glacier (Part 1) (8:56)
3. Serengeti (4:32)
4. Colour Blind (3:35)
5. A Corner (3:29)
6. Newfoundland (2:04)
7. North Arctic (3:19)
8. Factories And Assembly (5:04)
9. Ice Formed (4:17)
10. Small Town (3:14)
11. Nearly Home (3:38)
12. Boca Manu (2:22)
13. Journey To The Centre (3:41)
14. Glacier (Part 2) (6:22)

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October 1, 2008 Posted by | Future Sound Of London, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Electronica, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Four Tet – Pause (2001) (@320)


Four Tet – Pause
released in 2001
MP3 / 320 kbps / 84.63 mb

Another album we liked a lot a few years ago.

Amazon.com’s Best of 2001;

Kieran Hebden is, it has to be said, something of a genius. The groundwork for Pause was laid when Dialogue–his debut solo album under the guise of Four Tet–landed in 1999, an album that redrew the parameters of inventive dance music.

A peculiar mix of live-sounding instrumental jazz and technologically super-precise laptop dance trickery, it sounded nothing like Hebden’s actual group–the post-rockers Fridge–and, as it happened, very little like anything else in existence. Where Dialogue employed jazz sax and flute in its evocation of a 21st-century jazz meltdown, Pause goes even further, coiling whispers of harp and zither over layer-on-layers of fidgeting, rattling percussion.

His inspirations? Well, like his friend and protégé:, Canadian tech-wizard Manitoba (whose Start Breaking My Heart is easily the equal of Pause), Hebden collects sounds and melodies from a dizzying array of places–ancient British folk music, the rattle of typewriter keys, the gurgle of running water, even a field recording of a children’s playground. Genius? There really is no other word for it.

-Louis Pattison

Tracklisting

1. Glue Of The World
2. Twenty Three
3. Harmony One
4. Parks
5. Leila Came Round And We Watched A Video
6. Untangle
7. Everything Is Alright
8. No More Mosquitoes
9. Tangle
10. You Could Ruin My Day
11. Hilarious Movie Of The 90’s

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OCEAN OF SOUND (1996) [2 Discs Various Artists]


OCEAN OF SOUND (1996) [2 Discs Various Artists]
Mp3 160

This is a stunning eclectic collection of marvellous music I bought soon after it came out and thoroughly enjoyed!

Until some bimbo I was dating back then, borrowed the CD and lost it!

Subtitled; “A Collection of Music to Accompany David Toop’s book, Ocean of Sound,” this two disc set is like no other music collection you’ve ever heard!

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David Toop (born 5 May 1949) is an English musician and author, and as of 2001 was visiting Research Fellow in the Media School at London College of Communication. He was notably a member of The Flying Lizards. He was a prominent contributor to the British magazine The Face. He is a regular contributor to The Wire, the U.K. based music magazine.

Toop published his pioneering book on hip hop, Rap Attack, in 1984. Eleven years later, Ocean of Sound appeared, described as Toop’s “poetic survey of contemporary musical life from Debussy through Ambient, Techno, and drum ‘n’ bass.”

Since the 1970s, Toop has also been a significant presence on the British experimental and improvised music scene, collaborating with Max Eastley, Brian Eno, Scanner, and others. In 2001, Toop curated the sound art exhibition Sonic Boom, and the following year, he curated a 2-CD collection entitled Not Necessarily Enough English Music: A Collection of Experimental Music from Great Britain, 1960-1977.


The rather scholarly Toop, back in the mid nineties, produced a wonderful book on the origins and diaspora of modern music – focusing on ambient/ minimalist music – and also complied a masterful music collection to illustrate his themes and concepts.

Amazon.com describes Toop’s amazing book as;

“A member of a radical editorial collective on the cutting edge of British music criticism in the 1970s, later a critic for more standard papers, including the Times, David Toop’s second book covers a vast expanse of music. His tour-de-force survey describes a dissonant and invigorating clash of music and noise from western classical to Javanese gamelan, from Claude Debussy to Miles Davis to Brian Eno, from disco to techno to ambient. He discusses the changes in our sound world caused by the global reach of radio and recordings, and shows himself a rigorous pluralist, open to all styles and forms, but unafraid to offer robust criticism in any musical sphere.”

Altered States iii, Crystal World excerpt

In their search for absolutes, a number of music critics have looked to Riley as the definitive starting point for various trends: minimalism, extreme repetition, all-night trance improvisations and tape-delay systems.

Pieces such as In C, A Rainbow In Curved Air, and Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band were important in their time because they signalled two important changes in the way the worlds of music and comerce worked.

One: a composer was writing pieces which had grooves and improvised around modes (just like John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Frank Zappa and half the rock bands in Psychedelia), which sounded as if psychotropics had been involved at some stage of the compositional process, which explored new technology and studio processing. Two: the albums were packaged by Columbia as rock albums, despite being on the Masterworks series, so implying that the razor wire dividing so-called classical, rock, jazz, art and commerce had been cut in a few places. Never mind the embarrasing occurence of hippie-speak on the In C sleevenotes – ‘No preconceptions, you just dig it’ – the sort of thing that Oliver Stone might exhume for another chapter of his Sixties revisionism.

The music, as musicians and sleevenote writes love to say, spoke for itself. Essentially modest, Riley downplays all of this. After all, his contribution to the late 20th Century mix emerged out of collaborative work and improvisations with La Monte Young, Pauline Oliveros and Chet Baker.

After the first flush of enthusiasm for minimalism and systems music, Riley and Young tended to be dismissed as old hippies, past their peak, while Philip Glass, Steve Reich, John Adams and Michael Nyman slid with varying degrees of compositional credibility into a new orthodoxy of avant-garde populism.

But as Riley says, life goes in cycles. Suddenly, the open works of Riley and Young seem more expansive, more useful to the fractured nature of music in the Nineties than all that knitting machine repetitiveness and it’s mutations.

— David Toop excerpt from his book “Ocean of Sound” published by Serpents Tail

Like the book, the discs cover an incredible array of sound and music. From Erik Satie to John Cage, to Ornette Coleman to Les Baxter to My Bloody Valentine to The Velvet Underground to Aphex Twin to Miles Davis to Brian Eno ! And loads more wonderfully eclectic music!

All your common or garden left of field “weird” music (well, weird to Robbie Williams fans anyway!)

But then there’s the really weird stuff!

Yap, we also get some strange but compelling stuff – sounds of Bearded Seals, recordings of Howler Monkeys (not a band, like the awful Arctic Monkeys! In fact, not a band at all!), sounds from a Buddhist Ceremony ….. you name it, it’s here!

Rather strangely, Howler Monkeys sound far better than Arctic Monkeys !!!

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Track Listing

Disc 1

King Tubby – Dub Fi Gwan
Herbie Hancock – Rain Dance
Aphex Twin – Analogue Bubblebath
Jon Hassell – Empire III
Ujang Survana – Sorban Palid
Claude Debussy – Prelude A L Apres ‘Midi D Un Faune’
Les Baxter – Sunken City
My Bloody Valentine – Loomer
Brian Eno – Lizard Point
Shunie Omizutori Buddhist Ceremony
The Vancouver Soundscape – The Music Of Horns And Whistles
Howler Monkeys
Peter Brotzmann Octet – Machine Gun
Harold Budd – Bismillahi ‘Rrahmani Rrahim’


Disc 2


Miles Davis – Black Satin
Terry Riley – Extract From Poppy Nogood “All Night Flight”
Detty Kurina – Coyor Panon
Ornette Coleman – Virgin Beauty
John Zorn/David Toop – Chen Pe I Pe I
Paul Schutze – Rivers Of Mercury
The Velvet Underground – I Heard Her Call My Name
Bearded Seals
Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers – Boat-Woman-Song
The Beach Boys – Fall Breaks Back Into Winter (Woody Woodpecker Symphony)
African Headcharge – Faraway Chant
Sun Ra – Cosmo Enticement
Music Improvisation Company – Untitled
Deep Listening Band – Seven-Up
John Cage – In A Landscape
Erik Satie – Vexations
Suikinkutsu Water Chime

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October 1, 2008 Posted by | Erik Sati, John Cage, Miles Davis, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Experimental, My Bloody Valentine, Ornette Coleman, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

John Cage: Works for Percussion

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John Cage: Works for Percussion (WER 62032)

Classical | APE & CUE | 3 parts / 207 Mb

John Cage: Works for Percussion (Quatuor Hêlios)

The French percussion ensemble Quatuor Hêlios has, since their inception in 1986, been dedicated to performing the early compositions of American avant-garde composer John Cage. Their 1991 release, John Cage: Works for Percussion, is a compilation of seven of compositions written by the groundbreaking composer between 1939 and 1943. Quatuor Hêlios, which takes its name from the mythical Greek sun god, performs Cage’s challenging compositions presented on this CD solidly. Played by members Isabelle Berteletti, Jean-Christophe Feldhandler, Florent Haladjian, and Lê Quan Ninh, the compositions on this release reflect Cage’s interest and dedication to the promotion of an often-overlooked component in traditional Western art music: rhythm. It was in 1933, after witnessing Varése’s percussion composition “Ionization” (1931) being performed at the Hollywood Bowl under the direction of conductor Nicolas Slonimsky, that the 21-year-old Cage decided to dedicate himself to writing percussive compositions for such instruments as coffee cans, snare drums, lion roars, prepared pianos, and conch shells.

While living in Seattle during 1938 and 1939, Cage collaborated with the experimental dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham, organized a percussion ensemble, and began to work as a musical accompanist for dancers at Cornish College. Since stage space was limited at the tiny Cornish, Cage came up with the idea of mimicking the timbres and sounds of his percussion ensemble by preparing a standard piano’s strings with forks, springs, and other sundry miscellany. The John Cage: Works for Percussion CD contains a number of work’s that utilize prepared piano: “First Construction (In Metal),” “Second Construction,” “Amores,” and “She Is Asleep.” In 1939, Cage composed “Imaginary Landscape No. 1.” This work, which is not presented by the quartet on this CD, was written for two variable-speed turntables, frequency recordings, cymbal, and piano. During the same year, the prodigious 27-year-old composer wrote “First Construction in Metal.”

This ten-minute work, which is the concluding cut on this CD, ebbs and flows with amazing dynamics as it makes use of a large palette of metallic objects. By 1940, Cage had moved to San Francisco where he wrote this CD’s first track, “Second Construction..”

This work moves in and out of changing time signatures, prepared piano ostinatos, tom-tom melodies, and brake drum bells lines. The composition “Double Music,” which is the fourth of Cage’s works presented on this CD, is actually a collaboration with another American composer, Lou Harrison. Harrison’s fondness for the gamelan music of Bali and Java comes through in the complex interlocking rhythms and cyclical presentation of the various gongs on this cut.

As a member of the avant-garde, Cage is remembered alongside of such visionaries as Boulez, Berio, Stockhausen, Kagel, Cowell, as well as Harrison, to name but a few. His contribution to the world of music is immeasurable as he helped to open the minds and ears of Western audiences to the limitless possibilities inherent in percussive compositions.

―John Vallier, All Music Guide

Tracks:

Second construction [1940] (7:29)

Imaginary landscape no. 2 [1942] (5:22)

Amores [1943] (9:43)

Double music [1941] (4:39)

Third construction [1941] (10:06)

She is asleep [1943] (11:40)

First construction (in metal) [1939] (10:03)

Recorded “live in studio” at CCAM, Vandoeuvre-Lès-Nancy, France in July 1989

Cover photo: Marcel Duchamp’s A bruit secret, 1916

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September 19, 2008 Posted by | John Cage, Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The 25-Year Retrospective Concert of the Music of John Cage

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Classical | APE & CUE | 1995 | 3 CD / 6 parts / 519 Mb

The 25-Year Retrospective Concert of the Music of John Cage.

Various artists.

Recorded in performance at Town Hall, New York, May 15, 1958.

Reissued as Wergo WER 6247-2, 1994.

Disc 1

1 Six Short Inventions for Seven Instruments / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

2 First Construction in Metal / David Tudor

3 Imaginary Landscape No.1 / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

4 The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs / Arline Carmen/John Cage

5 She is Asleep / Paul Price/Michael Colgrass/Warren Smith/Philip Brown

6 She is Asleep / Arline Carmen/John Cage

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Disc 2

1 Sons & Interludes: Sons I / Maro Ajemian

2 Sons & Interludes: Sons II / Maro Ajemian

3 Sons & Interludes: Sons III / Maro Ajemian

4 Sons & Interludes: Sons IV / Maro Ajemian

5 Sons & Interludes: Interlude / Maro Ajemian

6 Sons & Interludes: Sons V / Maro Ajemian

7 Sons & Interludes: Sons VI / Maro Ajemian

8 Sons & Interludes: Sons VII / Maro Ajemian

9 Sons & Interludes: Sons VIII / Maro Ajemian

10 Sons & Interludes: Second Interlude / Maro Ajemian

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Disc 3

1 Music for Carillon No.1 / David Tudor

2 Williams mix / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

3 Concert for Piano & Orchestra / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

Total Running Time: 1:44:50

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September 19, 2008 Posted by | John Cage, Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano (WER 60156-50)

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John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano (WER 60156-50)

Classical | APE & CUE | 1989 | 3 parts / 199 Mb

“As important, highly prized recording (WERGO 60151-50) which approaches Cage’s music without compromise … Pierce’s interpretation is a mixture of strength, poetry and beautiful harmonies.”

– Jean Francois Pioud, Etude Reveu, Paris, France, October 1989

John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano (1946-1948)

Joshua Pierce, Piano

Tracks:

Sonata 1

2

3

4

First Interlude

Sonata 5

6

7/ 8

Second Interlude

Third Interlude

Sonata 9

10

11

12

Fourth Interlude

Sonata 13

Sonatas 14 & 15 Gemini

Sonata 16


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Part 2

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September 18, 2008 Posted by | John Cage, Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

John Cage – A Chance Operation (The John Cage Tribute) (1993)

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John Cage: A Chance Operation (The John Cage Tribute) (1993)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 525 Mb
Various mirrors: Rapidshare, Depositfiles, Megaupload & more!

Some typical Cage genius/madness!

This two-CD set celebrating John Cage features works by various luminaries in the international avant-garde circle performing works by or in memoriam of the iconoclastic composer John Cage.

Programmed to random play by the listener qua co-creator and mixed with whatever other sounds the listener brings to the listening space and whatever sounds happen to be present, the album becomes what Cage calls “real music,” not a relic of music: One hundred and forty-one minutes of 183 pieces of 23 works, in any order, with any other sounds!

The irony will not be lost on fans of Cage’s work that a recorded tribute album for a composer who disliked the recorded medium is at best a strange tribute. But that said, considering the uniqueness of the collection — and indeed the clout of the listed performers — even the most orthodox of Cage disciples will be pleased with this recording.

Performances range from David Tudor’s electronic explorations to Patrick Moraz’s performance of Cage’s “Dances for Prepared Piano.” Laurie Anderson is featured reading texts by Cage over her own compositions on several tracks, and these add a fair amount of unity to this sprawling collection.

The final work on this recording is entitled “New York City” and is an ambient recording of the environment outside Cage’s apartment.

Some would say that Frank Zappa’s participation alone in this project, featuring his rendition of Cage’s infamous 4′33″, is worth looking into.


Tracklisting *

CD 1

The Kronos Quartet : Pieces (30) for String Quartet: Excerpt(s)
1. Excerpts For Thirty Pieces For String Quartet
2. Excerpt From Thirty Pieces For String Quartet

Patrick Moraz: Three Dances for 2 Prepared Pianos: no 1
3. Three Dances For Prepared Piano, Dance #1
4. Dance 2: Three Dances for Prepared Piano
5. Dance 3: Three Dances for Prepared Piano

Jackson Mac Low, Anne Tardos: First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
6. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
7. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
8. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
9. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
10. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
11. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
12. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
13. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
14. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage

Christian Wolff, Roger Zahab: Six Melodies Variation for Solo Violin
Ken Nordine Ken Nordine: A Cage Went in Search of a Bird
Earle Brown: Three Solos for Trumpet
Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (At the Age of Twelve…)
Ryuichi Sakamoto: Haiku FM
Larry Austin, Robert Black: Art Is Self-Alteration Is Cage Is
David Tudor: Webwork
Yoko Ono: Georgia Stone

CD 2

Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (Merce Cunningham Phoned His Mother…)
Oregon (Ralph Towner, Glen Moore, Paul McCandless ): Chance/Choice
Takehisa Kosugi: 75 Letters and Improvisation
David Van Tieghem: Living Room Music
James Tenney: Ergodos I for John Cage
Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (Every Morning…)
Robert Ashley: Factory Preset
Frank Zappa: 4′ 33″
John Cale: In Memoriam John Cage — Call Waiting
Meredith Monk: Aria
Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (The Cunningham Company…)
New York City (recorded outside of John Cage’s apartment in New York City)

* You may find detailed information on this CD, including complete track listing, widely available on the web.

Koch 3-7238-2 Y6×2

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CD 1

CD 2

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September 18, 2008 Posted by | John Cage, Kronos Quartet, Laurie Anderson, MUSIC, Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_Experimental, _ART | Leave a comment

Cocteau Twins – Treasure (1984, APE)

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Cocteau Twins – Treasure (1984)
APE, 232 Mb
Released November 01, 1984
Recorded August-September 1984
Genre Dream pop
Length 41:19
Label 4AD – CAD412
Producer Cocteau Twins

A wonderful album of ethereal beauty from a consistently excellent and innovative group!

That this is one of their greatest albums, is saying something!

Treasure was the third album by the Cocteau Twins and, with this album, the band settled on what would, from then on, be their primary lineup: vocalist Elizabeth Fraser, guitarist Robin Guthrie and bassist Simon Raymonde.

Some of the song titles seem to be inspired by Gerard de Nerval’s book Aurélia or his Les Filles du Feu.

The title “Ivo” is named after the album’s record label 4AD founder Ivo Watts-Russell.

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Tracklisting

01. Ivo
02. Lorelei
03. Beatrix
04. Persephone
05. Pandora – for Cindy
06. Amelia
07. Aloysius
08. Cicely
09. Otterley
10. Donimo

Here she be;

APE, 232 Mb:
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3. the new page now has the classic BOX and 4 numbers above it to fill in. Do so and click on “ckayatb”
(f the 1st page appears again. do the same from the start! it means the server is busy)

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Pink Floyd – Absolutely Ambient

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Pink Floyd – Absolutely Ambient
MP3
VBR

This is a collection of Floyd tracks remixed together. These tracks are not repeated on any other remix collection in the same form. Like the title suggests, this ambient interpretation of Floyd tracks lives up to its name. This album was released around 1998 in limited edition. It is not found anymore anywhere since I found only limited information about it on the web, and it has no entry at Amazon.

The eight minute version of “Echoes” is quite good and much better than the one on Meddle remix with nice manipulation of the keyboards and guitars. “Sheep” is entirely mind blowing. This remixed version is hellish and menacing. Definitely a step above the other remixed version. A 16 minute version of “Another Brick in the Wall” sparkles with lots of layered sound that is tastefully done. “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” lives up to its ambient potential. “Time” is much better than the other remixed version with samples from the Pulp Fiction movie. A drum machine throughout the song with samples from “Is There Anybody Out There” is injected throughout. This is an effectual and strong ending to the disc. Definite ear candy.

Tracklisting

    1. Echoes (Deep sea mix)
    2. Sheep (Grazing mix)
    3. Another brick in the wall (Cement mix)
    4. Shine on you crazy diamond (Madman mix)
    5. Time (Minute mix)

Here she be;

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Mirror:
3 parts
Part1 31 MB
1. Echoes 9:37
2. Sheep 13:13
Part2 23 MB
3. Another Brick in the Wall 16:26
Part3 34 MB
4. Shine on Your Crazy Diamond 12:20
5. Time 12:47

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September 1, 2008 Posted by | Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicRock, Pink Floyd, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Royksopp – "Royksopp" and "Melody AM"


1. Triumphant
2. Only this moment
3. 49 percent
4. Sombre detune
5. Follow my ruin
6. Beautiful day without you
7. What Else Is There?
8. Circuit Breaker
9. Alpha Male
10. Someone Like Me
11. Dead To The World
12. Tristesse Globale

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Royksopp – What Else Is There?

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1. So Easy
2. Eple
3. Sparks
4. In Space
5. Poor Leno
6. A Higher Place
7. Royksopp’s Night Out
8. Remind Me
9. She’s So
10. 40 Years Back / Come
11. Remind Me – (Someone Else’s Radio mix)
12. Poor Leno – (Royksopp’ Istanbul Forever Take)
13. Remind Me – (Ernest St. Laurent mix)
14. Poor Leno – (Silicone Soul Hypno House Dub)

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Royksopp
Royksopp’s Night Out

Rokysopp’s ”Royksopp’s Night Out” from their album ”Melody AM”. Movie produced by Ciano – Check out cianodowd.bebo.com

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June 30, 2008 Posted by | Music_Ambient, Music_Electronica, Royksopp, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Lucia Hwong – Goddess vol.1 Awakening (1998)

Lucia Hwong – Goddess vol.1 Awakening (1998)
New Age | MP3 320 kbps | Rapid Share | 136 MB
Total Playing Time: 56:22 (min:sec)
Total Size : 129.1 MB (135,347,715 bytes)
Codec : LAME 3.97 / Bitrate : 320K/s 44100Hz Joint Stereo / ID3-Tag : ID3v2.3
Lucia Hwong has a degree in ethnomusicology, experience in writing for New York dance companies and multimedia artists, and a stamp of approval from minimalist innovator Philip Glass, who has acted as her mentor to a certain extent.

Her masterfully produced, electro-acoustic albums on the Private Music label are filled with ethereal yet sensual dreamscapes and breathless, rhythmic journeys through fantastic worlds.

Unfortunately, Hwong disappeared from the recording scene after the release of her second album, Secret Luminescence. She resurfaced in the late nineties to release a trilogy of work including 1998’s Goddess Awakening, Vol. 1, 1999’s Goddess Celestial Realms, Vol. 2 and Goddess Mystical Visions, Vol. 3.

Tracklisting

1. Lucid Dream (6:58)
2. Transformation (2:55)
3. Mystic Cat (4:49)
4. Celestial Beauty (5:40)
5. Astral Angel (5:31)
6. Spirit Guide (7:17)
7. Golden Light (2:49)
8. Cosmic Warrior (6:34)
9. Celestial Beauty (2:58)
10. Venus Kiss (6:15)
11. Spirit Guide (4:30)

Here’s Lucia!

On Rapid Share – NO Pass

Folder> Other Albums here also:

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Direct links:

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June 20, 2008 Posted by | Lucia Hwong, Music_Ambient, _MUSIC | Leave a comment