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  I am saddened to tell you that Christopher Cameron has passed away on August 22, 2011 at the age of 44.  I was shocked when Darren told me the news. I knew Chris a little, as we'd met on a few occasions and corresponded over the years. The most important thing I can say about him is that he was genuinely a kind soul and a nice person. Intelligent, kind, open minded, and a good sense of humor. He also happened to be a gifted musician who was all too humble about his talent. In addition to his work with Greg Kyryluk as Thought Guild, he released an album with Jim Cole and John Boiano as Expansion Project, and an album with Robert Dauphineis as TGXT, both of which I heartily recommend. Perhaps his best work has yet to see the light of day. Over a year ago, he gave me a CD of music he'd been working on. He wasn't sure if it was ready, or if he was happy with the results, and wanted my opinion. I told him it was brilliant space music as is, and didn't need any improving. A great human being, and a talented musician, who left us way too soon. Good luck, Christopher.

  Here's a couple of useful links, with a little more information. I'll post more as I find out.

Other Ambient (and related) Music / A web site, finally (sort of)
« on: December 29, 2009, 07:50:44 PM »
Hi -

  I'm not really an artist or a label, I just play them on my show. And I can't figure out if there's a section better suited to this, so I figured I'd put it here and if it gets moved, no biggie.

  For those of you who don't know me, I'm Scott Raymond, host of Secret Music on WVKR-FM. I've been there over 22 years and play a lot of the music discussed here. After all this time, I finally started a website. Don't ask me why it took so long. I'm just lazy, I guess. It's a blog where I'll post my playlists and whatever other demented thoughts cross my mind. Take a look and tell me what you think. Try not to laugh too hard. Long time bloggers are welcome to give me advice, since I'm new to all this. Thanks and here's the link:

Scott Raymond

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