OAF - Various - Ambient Anthology (CD)

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  1. Oaf by I Am Bones, released 28 September 1. Obstacle Course 2. Anthropoid 3. Pollination 4. Patient Zero Music and lyrics written by Johannes Gammelby I Am Bones: Johannes Gammelby - Guitar, vocal Filip Granlie - Guitar Jeppe Lindgren - Drums, piano Christian Winther - Bas Recorded and mixed by Jacob Bredahl Mastering by Emil Thomsen.
  2. Freestyle Hits Anthology by Various Artists - CD-R () for $ from dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.xyzinfo Electronic & Ambient - Order by Phone Price: $
  3. Anthology of Electroacoustic Lebanese music by Various Artists, released 20 April 1. Tony Elieh - it's good to die every now and then 2. Marc Codsi - Lies a turbulent thought 3. Two or The Dragon - Prelude for the Triumphant Man 4. Jad Atoui - Diving Blue 5. Charbel Haber - We Dream In The Sun We Tan When We Can 6. Stress Distress - The Jetty 7.
  4. The Sounds of Nightmares 3: Music Composed For Campfire Radio Theater by Kevin Hartnell, released 14 July 1. Death and Alchemy - Funeral Pyre 2. Death and Alchemy - Main Theme 3. Death and Alchemy - The Dead Are Awake 4. Death and Alchemy - The Seduction 5. Monster's Game - Waltz For Mathias 6. Monster's Game - Cluster Stab 7.
  5. A futuristic jazz standards album from the saxophonist and electronic musician that pushes the songs into ever-more-cosmic galaxies.
  6. The latest CD from Africa-born, Canada-based keyboardist Hennie Bekker collects fourteen tracks spanning about a dozen albums. Some of the tunes are piano-based, while others focus on synthesized electronic textures. Many are inspired by Bekker's homeland and as such feature the natural ambience of /5(9).
  7. From the title you might expect a chronological journey through the milestones in Ambient music. You don't get that, but what you do get is a fairly decent ambient selection from Virgin's rich and varied back catalogue from the 70's, 80's and 90's. Some of it naturally sounds a little dated, but it is a history lesson so what do you expect.
  8. For a fifth time the good folks over at Sub Rosa attempt to assemble some sort of coherent history of electronic music, this time focussing on the role of the voice in electroacoustic composition, and the avant-garde more broadly. This compilation features established 20th century icons like Charlemagne Palestine, Raoul Hausmann and Henri Chopin, setting them against more contemporary noise.

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