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Everything and Nothing / Re: for sale on eBay
« on: November 13, 2008, 01:40:05 PM »
i'm back again with more titles for sale, i may say with some goodies..the likes as;

taylor deupree, twinsistermoon, natural snow buildings, vikki jackman, christopher bissonnette, windy & carl, aidan baker, tim hecker, tetsu inoue, peter wright, lull, brian eno, steve roach, sostrah tinnitus, hakobune, michael stearns and others..

Everything and Nothing / Re: for sale on eBay
« on: November 03, 2008, 01:25:04 PM »
i re-list all items, in total 24 now, amongst are; steve roach, hakobune, off the sky, paul horn, michael stearns, sleep research facility, koen holtkamp, amir baghiri and many others..

soon will follow, some 12k (and related) records, vikki jackman (andrew chalk) and others..

Everything and Nothing / Re: for sale on eBay
« on: November 02, 2008, 03:19:22 PM »
hi, i'm back again on ebay, offering another 18 titles for sale.
please check them out here;  (tomorrow i'll add more cd's)

(if nothing shows up, use your worldwide button on the left side)

those Wouter Veldhuis mp3's sound very good! his sound strongly reminds me of the recent David Tagg discs.. soft and grainy.. very nice indeed.
i just placed my order, now waiting for november 14th  :)

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: October 31, 2008, 01:02:18 AM »
entering the drone-zone again 8)

aidan baker - field of drones 
(long warm stretched-out drones, especially the 1st and 3rd piece are stunning!)

paul bradley - liquid sunset
(i never gave this a proper listen till last night, but it's very nice...)

jacob kirkegaard - 4 rooms
(dark to almost quiet sinister atmospheres, richly layered, fans of oophoi won't shy away with this one..)

pauline oliveros + stuart dempster + panaiotis - deep listening
(timeless, completely wonderful..)

higuma - haze valley
(smokey ambience with a Grouper-kind of vocals..)


steve roach + byron metcalf + mark seelig - nada terma
(has been some time that a Roach album hits me like this.. i like it very much, the percussions are simply great and to me quite entrancing to the mix..)

RV painting - trinity rivers
(powerful eastern-like droning and clattering.. a favorite of mine on the Root Strata label)

steven r. smith - tableland
(i think Steven's best one along with The Anchorite)

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: October 18, 2008, 04:10:04 AM »

grouper - cover the windows and walls
(bloody fantastic :-) )

robert rich & faryus - zerkalo
(i think i like this one, quite detailed in effects, has some interesting things going on, hard to put my finger on it..)

windy & carl - songs for the broken hearted
(nice but not overwhelmed, i wish she left her vocals back home on most of the tracks..)

o÷phoi - mare imbrium

gamelan son of lion - some selected tracks..

tetsu inoue - world receiver
(still an absolute favorite of mine, perfect)

Everything and Nothing / Re: Dream Collaborations
« on: October 10, 2008, 05:24:44 AM »
i agree with Uhurit, i like/love both their work but actually i'd see no balance in their work 'together' as i see no mixture with Steve's recent more synthetic sounding works to Alio's.. but Hell who knows ... :o

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: October 04, 2008, 03:14:44 AM »
some beauties today..

taylor deupree - sea last EP
(imo it may be his best piece yet, such a graceful piece of sound.. i also look forward to his Shuttle358 collab.)

richard skelton - marking time 
(fantastic release, if you like Rameses III's Matanuska or their Night Of Ankou cd, you simply cannot go wrong on this one)

alio die & martina galvagni - eleusian lullaby 
alio die & saffron wood - corteggiando le messi
(if there's one artist only i can take away from my ambient collection, it would be Alio Die)


pole - pole 1 2 3  (i think i'm one of the few but i like this re-issue better that GAS' recent one)

seth nehil & matt marble - ecclipses (an interesting one.. but features some horrible frequency riffs)


Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: September 28, 2008, 09:15:28 AM »

vikki jackman - whispering pages (nice smooth sounds in the vein of Chalk's awesome Time of Hayfield..)

david tagg - fundamentals of orchid biology (another Winner from Mr. Tagg, a definitive 2008 favorite)

ARC - glassine I (from the 'sucking' managing ASP label, however it's a good one, very cool percussion!)

harold budd / clive wright -  a song for lost blossoms (simply beautiful austere music)

sawako / daisuke miyatani - hi bi no me (the more i play this one, the more i like it, all with Sawako's hazy ambience)

celer - nacreous clouds (top nutch stuff, 37 beautiful calming tone poems)

here once again their -new- shop's name;

they are all the same person, as i refer to the same address name to who i sent the money by paypal; p.l.

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Wonderful World of Gamelan
« on: August 21, 2008, 01:29:04 PM »
holy moly, that's quite a list to dig myself in. ;D
i definately check out the latter to start with Loren!

i appreciate you took the time making up a list like this, thanks so much!
with google as my personal assistent, i will chasing for more info and samples on these titles.

cheers! 8)

thanks Forrest for informing me on the limited timespan i have concerning complaints like this.
i'll will contact paypal tomorrow about this, still need to find out how to do it..
will come back to this topic.

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:32:08 AM »
i've been listening to Celer's new release NACREOUS CLOUDS on a/O. wow, this one is extremely nice!
it features 38 tracks clocking in with 79+ minutes! but all are so calm, serene, billowing -dare i say- mind cleansing.. :-)

and with random playing which both Celer and a/O suggest, the sound shapes every time into new directions..this one might end up -high- on my 2008 list.

paul horn - tibet & inside the great pyramid
aidan baker - i fall into you (good one!)
celer - discourses of the withered & the everything and nothing (a name to watch for!)
david tagg - waist deep seas of milk (waiting for his new one on Second Sun)

hey Forrest, what coincidently.. i'm having exactly the same problem with them at this moment, after winning 2 ebay biddings in the last 6 plus weeks. i've been trying to contact them via older -non-active- email addresses which didn't work after they changed the ebay store's name twice recently, like you said!
they started with A Silent place, then Ladyoscar i guess.. and now their current name as you mentioned.

all this most probably to get around with ebay's policy.. after getting negative feedback from others and maybe even account suspension..
i remember, with an older bidding, which went quite smoothly, that they were begging for positive feedback that time, does that say anything..?

i'm not someone who will complaint or give negative feedback right away, but still i'm trying to show a bit more patience.. however if no result soon, i'll be forced to take action on this.

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Wonderful World of Gamelan
« on: August 20, 2008, 11:45:41 PM »
Thanks 9Dragons, i've been checking out the Gamelan of Central Java volumes in the last few days, i think 6 and 2 are interesting to start with..

now it's a matter to find a good cheap resource for them, i wish there should be an ebay auction with all 9 volumes, wouldn't that be cool -in case now one is watching it except for me :-)

thanks again, if any suggestions, please let me know

Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Wonderful World of Gamelan
« on: August 15, 2008, 05:11:49 AM »
hello Loren, 9Dragons, i also share an certain interest in the indonesian gamelan music. in the past i visited several performances overthere and that sound really took me from that moment..
i own some gamelan/gamelan-influenced cd's like Loren's music, Kenneth Newby, Paul schutze, Jon Iverson, the Gamelan Madu Sari collaboration, Shadow Music of Java & Gamelan of Central Java (VI. Kraton Surakarta). All are fascinating in its own way.

i'd like to ask you, just to widen my 'gamelan' horizon :-) to recommend me some real stand-out cd's, while there's so much of it which doesn't say much to me. i also like that typical chanting you can occasionally hear on some of those cd's.

looking forward to explore more on this. thanks!

Everything and Nothing / Re: for sale on eBay
« on: August 09, 2008, 04:28:33 AM »
jim, thanks for your interest in some of the cd's
probably i'll add a few more in the next few days..

Everything and Nothing / Re: for sale on eBay
« on: August 07, 2008, 12:15:39 PM »
well, finally my ebay-account got restored. i hope any further policy problems will be saved..
i just added 23 items, if you like, check them out here;

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: July 19, 2008, 11:20:41 PM »
Avec, the Mnortham cd is also worth checking out. this one is very nice dronish cd as well, rather different again from the Sun but certainly one of the a/O cd's i would start recommending!

also the Osone cd is interesting as well, but with a more experimental touch, all inbetween the low and high frequency ends..

Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: July 17, 2008, 03:17:04 AM »
hey Joe / Undershadow, thanks for taking away my hesitations on the Paul bradley cd, i'm gonna check it out now for sure ;-)
Joe, i saw you draw some comparisons with your admired artist Oophoi, well than i can recommend 2 cd's you REALLY cannot miss.. as Undershadow already mentioned, the new Lull disc Like a Slow River. It's the best i've heard from the GM label and certainly the deepest drone record in recent memory!
Another one is Andrew Deutsch, The Sun, imo one of the most exquisite drone cd's there is..

Back to Aidan Baker, yes he released so much stuff over the last few years, many of them are impossible to find but you'll see more labels deciding to re-release them on cd-format, that's good thing!

I agree with SiFi, that The Sea swells a bit is a good one. Also his Oneiromancer comes close to that one. I LOVE his Ice against my Skin, those tracks are so powerful but controlled.. and 2 free downloads from him i'd check out are;
Concretion and Within the Final Circle
He also recently released another dark folkish record, Scalpel, it's not the most typical style of music i like due to its whispering vocals.. but i happened to love that one! It's such a spacious, luscious sound.. but i'm not so sure if this one is your cup of tea, Joe

last 2 days;
steve roach - the dream circle
liquid ghosts - camera obscura
jeff greinke - lost terrain
baker/borghi - undercurrents

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