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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Top 10 Ambient/Space Music albums
« on: February 02, 2011, 08:04:01 PM »
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 2
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 3
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 1
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 2
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 3
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 1
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 2
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 3
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 1
Steve Roach - Mystic Chords & Sacred Spaces Disc 2

Hehehe, not sure DeepR understood the question  :o (j/k) but I must concur that Mystic Chords And Sacred Spaces
(all four discs) are on my list, as well. The other six...hmm, let's see (in no particular order):

* Chad Kettering - Into The Infinite
* Brian Parnham - Between Here And There
* Vidna Obmana - River Of Appearance
* Helpling / Jenkins - The Crossing
* Erik W°llo - Gateway
* Steve Roach - Nada Terma

Many more that are equally immersive, but you asked for ten only. ;-)

Cheers and welcome to the Hypnos Forums.

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Deeply honored and ultimately humbled, Darren.
Many thanks for your purchase and I look forward
to hearing your reaction, glowing, critical or otherwise.

Cheers,

hhh

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Hello everyone. I wanted to hang out for a couple weeks before bursting in and
blowing my own horn, when absolutely no one knows me. I hope that now is a
more appropriate and polite time to announce this.
My debut CD, A Distant Light, was released Dec. 27th, 2010 and is now available
from my web site at http://hollanholmesmusic.com



Composed by Hollan Holmes in November 2010
Release Date: December 27, 2010
Mastering: Steve Roach at The Timeroom
CD Art & Layout: Hollan Holmes

Many thanks to all who take the time to listen and respond
to my endeavors. Comments and critiques are encouraged.

Cheers,

hhh

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Very nice work, John. Looking forward to hearing what you create in the future.

Get busy! ;)

hhh
http://hollanholmesmusic.com

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Sequencer-esque ambient
« on: January 23, 2011, 01:21:02 AM »
- Steve Roach : Life Sequence  (that Sundial track is worth the price of admission)

I have to concur here. Life Sequence is full of lively, undulating, sequenced rhythms.
Quintessential sequencer-esque ambient goodness. Among my favorite of Roach's
works.

Cheers,

hhh

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: CDs are Dead....Almost!
« on: January 22, 2011, 01:26:20 PM »
I too, am both an artist and a musician (composer, really). I just released my debut CD and had no intention to
release downloads only. As an artist, I immensely enjoyed creating the art formy debut CD, A Distant Light, and
will continue to do so with subsequent releases. I highly agree that there is something to be said for being able
to hold a CD in your hands, see the art that reflects the music and read the liner notes about the artist, all without
having to log on to a computer or other digital device.
While I do provide both CDs and downloads, as an artist, I feel compelled to share the tangible asset. I know
that there are people who appreciate this and even many who prefer it. Yes, it is much more expensive, but it
is, to me, totally worth it. Besides, how am I supposed to autograph an .mp3? ;)

A toast to art, music and their steadfast creators. Long live the CD!

hhh

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Received mine earlier this week. Steve continues to impress. I'm most amazed by the sounds he creates and how he seems to be able to take the listener someplace far away and indescribable. Brian Parnham, whom I've met on a number of occasions, is a very talented musician, as well. This set of CDs, as has been the case with all of Steve's work, has commanded my attention. Have been listening all week. I am, indeed, immersed.

Highly recommended.

hhh

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