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Episode #2581

More Ambient Music

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Monday, November 12, 2007

Ambient music can be music of little or no rhythm, with background sounds and effects as foreground music, perhaps bringing to mind works by Brian Eno. There’s also some danger of falling into the "new age" category. Well, on this edition of New Sounds, listen to some ambient music that takes the modern drone and renders it stately, as in the latest release by K. Leimer, “Statistical Truth,” as well as some looks back to works by Fripp & Eno. Also, works by Michael Jon Fink from the Cold Blue family and Bach as interpreted by Anton Batagov.

PROGRAM #2581: “Ambient Music” (First aired on Tues. 9-12-06)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Robert Fripp & Brian Eno

The Essential Fripp & Eno

Wind On Water [5:00]

Caroline #1886
Available at Amazon.com*

Brian Eno

Ambient #4: On Land

Lantern Marsh [5:30]

E.G. # 20 **, reissued by Astralwerks Available at Amazon.com*

K. Leimer

Statistical Truth

Dark Form [7:00]

Palace of Lights no # www.palaceoflights.com*

Various Artists: Fonica

EADGBE

4:55 [6:30]

12K #1025
www.12k.com*

Michael Jon Fink

Private CD: Cold Blue Night @ Redcat, 2/18/06

I Hear It In The Rain [10:30]

Live concert recording.
Info on Fink’s music is at www.coldbluerecords.com

Anton Batagov

JS Bach Die Kunst der Fuge

Fuga, excerpt [9:00]

SoLyd #0001/2 See www.batagov.com for info, but the CD seems to be out of print.

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Comments [1]

Myles from NYC

Great show tonight. Really loved it!

Nov. 12 2007 11:40 PM

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