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Peter Hammill — Singularity

Peter Hammill — Singularity
Label
Fie
Catalog number
9131
Year released
2006
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Lester Palocsay - Baby Data Drop – The music on this disc was originally recorded from 1984 to 1990. Nothing is provided in the way of musician credits, but judging from the sound of it, Palocsay worked on his own. Most of the tracks...  (2001) » Read more

Marvin Ayres / Pete Gomes - Neptune & Sensory – Marvin Ayres has a different approach to ambient music, using electric violin, viola, and cello instead of keyboards (with the exception of a bit of organ on one track). I suppose it’s a bit of...  (2005) » Read more

Christopher Froh / Christopher Burns - Triptych – So if a tryptich is an art work that has three parts, for example three panels in a hinged painting that opens up, how come this musical tryptich has five tracks? The answer is that two of them are...  (2011) » Read more

Tales - The Seskian Wars – Here we have another in the continuing series of electronic concept albums from French synthesist Jean-Luc Hervé Berthelot. This one tells the story of an interstellar conflict between an evil...  (2002) » Read more

Steve Roach / Stephen Kent / Kenneth Newby - Halcyon Days – Teaming Steve Roach up with Lights of a Fat City / Trance Mission musicians almost seemed like an inevitability to me due to their mutual fascination with didgeridoos. And there are a lot of them...  (1997) » Read more



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