I saw them as a teen during their "Wind & Wuthering" tour. As you can imagine, the air was thick with pot. Great memories of that band, at least before they went pop.
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What drone on said. The top referrer to my site is YouTube, with an average bounce rate of 35%. In my case, it's an excellent form of promotion.
Interesting to hear that youtube is used these days by lots of people primarily to browse for music.
I have to admit coming to it via the film Amadeus.....
I was familiar with the Requiem but once I had seen Amadeus it complete change the way listened to Mozart, especially the Requiem.
Mozart's Requiem -
up to the point that his student completed it after his death. I don't know if 'knowing' that Mozart didn't finish the music made me listen differently, but the last parts did feel unlike the earlier parts, perhaps more bombastic than he would have written.
but who knows, I could be imagining it.
Margins - Fragile Existence
This is a late 2013 collaborative project between Dan Crossley (Facture/Fluid Audio) and Craig Tattersall (The Boats). Once again, this is an amazing product from Facture in which the packaging/art is as central to the release as the music. The music itself is decent, but not remarkable. It largely combines field recordings and tape loops to create a fractured but ambient atmosphere. The Crossley nature prints that accompany the release are absolutely beautiful, however, and are worth checking out on the Fluid Audio site regardless of how you feel about Tattersall.
Electro Harmonix was reissued on Fax just before Peter's death. You can order it from Cue Records, Germany. There are usually copies for sale at Discogs.
Listening to the samples on Bandcamp, thirdsystem. You're right: beautiful.
Off Land - Tidewater Pulse is one of my most played albums in the last few months, glad you liked it. I see the lad has a separate bandcamp page for other stuff..............
I have checked the Voyage/Home album..........on my bandcamp urgent list
I really shouldn't feel the need to defend myself, but I've been here since Mike opened the form well over a decade ago.
Johann Johannsson - Fordlandia. New discovery for me on spotify. Utterly beautiful music. In fact I am gobsmacked at the beauty of this. Hints of Baroque, beautiful haunting melodies, gorgeous.
Indeed I came here for professional advice, not parenting, sorry it had to be said.