Brian Eno Ambient 1: Music For Airport

Brian Eno - Ambient 1 Music For Airports (1978) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}

Brian Eno - Ambient 1 Music For Airports (1978) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}
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© 2009 Virgin Records | 50999 6 84523 2 2
Ambient / Electronic / Avant-Garde

Four subtle, slowly evolving pieces grace Eno's first conscious effort at creating ambient music. The composer was in part striving to create music that approximated the effect of visual art. Like a fine painting, these evolving soundscapes don't require constant involvement on the part of the listener. They can hang in the background and add to the atmosphere of the room, yet the music also rewards close attention with a sonic richness absent in standard types of background or easy listening music.
Brian Eno & Various Artists - Music For Films III (1988) {All Saints Records ASCD04 rel 1992}

Brian Eno & Various Artists - Music For Films III (1988) {All Saints Records ASCD04 rel 1992}
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© 1988, 1992 Opal Music / All Saints Records | ASCD04
Electronic / Avant-Garde / Alternative / Experimental Rock / Experimental Electronic / Art Rock / Ambient

Music for Films, Vol. 3, is a set of mismatched pieces by Brian Peter George St. John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno (aka Eno). They are from his voluminous works for cinema, installations, shorts, and other related media. The disc contains 15 short pieces (only one is over five minutes). In that regard, there is a distinct similarity to his new wave pop music from the '70s. This CD is, however, all instrumental, largely electronic, and distinctly Eno. Despite their dissimilar origins, these tracks have definite cohesion. Eno injects avant-garde timbres and metallic textures into each composition. The flow is smooth, the atmospheres are vast, and the soundscapes are vivid. This is a very cool montage of Eno's work.
Brian Eno - Ambient 4: On Land (1982) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}

Brian Eno - Ambient 4: On Land (1982) {2009 Virgin DSD Remaster}
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© 2009 Virgin Records / Astralwerks | 50999 6 84530 2 2
Ambient / Electronic / Avant-Garde / Experimental

On Land represented a significant move away from the strategies Brian Eno had employed in earlier ambient releases such as Discreet Music and Music for Airports. Instead of using a specific process to generate music with minimal interference from the composer, he here opts for a more gestural and intuitive approach, creating dreamy pictures of some specific geographical points or evocative memories of them. It's quite easy to imagine these works as soundtracks to mysterious footage of imprecisely glimpsed landscapes.

Stephen Whittington - Music for Airport Furniture (2013)  

Posted by Piterets at Sept. 18, 2014
Stephen Whittington - Music for Airport Furniture (2013)

Stephen Whittington - Music for Airport Furniture (2013)
Contemporary Classical | Cold Blue Music CB0038 | 2013 | 22:47 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Full Scans | Various File Hosts | 129 MB
Zephyr Quartet

Music for Airport Furniture is a gorgeous minimalist work in which a string quartet broods on limited harmonic material; occasionally, a hint of melody ruffles its slow-moving and placid (but is it really?) surface. It doesn’t take much imagination to hear Whittington’s (b. 1953) description of the emotions associated with airports mirrored in this work, which is nearly monotonous but never boring, given the sensuousness of the harmonies. Imagine Bernard Herrmann crossed with Morton Feldman (Bernard Feldman? Morton Herrmann? Burton Mannfeld?), and you’ll get the general idea. ... It’s a beautifully creepy way to spend 23 minutes.
Béla Bartók - Kocsis / Fischer - Piano Concerto No. 1 / Music For Strings, Percussion & Celesta (1985)

Béla Bartók - Piano Concerto No. 1 / Music For Strings, Percussion & Celesta
Zoltán Kocsis / Budapest Festival Orchestra / Iván Fischer
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 195 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Philips # 416 836-2 | Country/Year: Germany 1985
Genre: Classical | Hoster: Modern

In Classical Mood #1 - Music for a Summer's Evening  

Posted by bossa_curiosa at Jan. 24, 2008
In Classical Mood #1 - Music for a Summer's Evening

In Classical Mood #1 - Music for a Summer's Evening
Classical | mp3 192 kbps | 1 CD | 95 Mb | Rs.com



Kevin Kendle - Distant Horizons Vol.1 (Music for Reiki)  Music

Posted by Arien at March 10, 2007
Kevin Kendle - Distant Horizons Vol.1 (Music for Reiki)

Kevin Kendle - Distant Horizons Vol.1 (Music for Reiki)
mp3 | 192 kbps | 86 mb | 62 min
Genre: New Age, Relaxation

Distant Horizons is a compilation album containing tracks from Kevin's albums Watermusic, Autumn and Eventide. This album is an excellent accompaniment to Reiki therapy. Perfect for hour-long healing sessions.
Brian Eno & Jan Peter Schwalm - Drawn From Life (2001) {Opal Limited}

Brian Eno & Jan Peter Schwalm - Drawn From Life (2001) {Opal Limited}
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© 2001 Opal / Schwalm / Virgin | 7243 8 10148 20
Electronic / Avant-Garde / Classical / Ambient / Experimental

Picking up where such seminal Eno recordings as Music for Airports and Another Green World left off, the inveterate innovator-producer's first recording in four years is a surreal tableau of loping beats and eerie sounds enveloped in dark yet serene atmospherics. With German percussionist Schwalm contributing softly swinging drumming, Eno is free to dabble in sounds ranging from Middle Eastern string quartets to crying machines and Vocoders to happy, babbling babies. One of Life's many highlights is Laurie Anderson's cameo on "Like Pictures Part #2," as she enunciates her words above the song's spooky, soothing ambiance. "Bloom" contrasts happy baby chatter against distorted heartbeats and sinister samples; "Night Traffic" paints an empty urban center at dusk with shifting shapes and '70s jazz percussion and piano. Throughout Drawn from Life, Eno and Schwalm cast a spell of spectral dislocation and foreboding. It's like what dying prostrate in the snow must be like–slow, sleepy, beautiful, and chilling.
Brian Eno & Jah Wobble - Spinner (1995) {All Saints Records}

Brian Eno & Jah Wobble - Spinner (1995) {All Saints Records}
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© 1995 All Saints Records / Opal Music | ASCD23
Ambient / Electronic / Avant-Garde / Experimental

Here's the deal: Brian Eno does soundtrack bits for one of British filmmaker Derek Jarman's final productions, "Glitterbug". Then Eno turns over said tracks to dub/world-meister Jah Wobble for further tinkering. Result: amazing! This is one of those instances where the mysterious and elusive 'third mind' that so many have spoken of in quality collaborative work has come out in force and created something that's perhaps a bit beyond the scope of either of the two participants, taken alone. The 'action' here keeps moving, in a very cinematic manner, throughout the tracks that make up this release, and you get the feeling of being drawn along in a complex musical journey through spaces that seem at once familiar and suddenly very alien.

Psychic Temple - Plays Music For Airports (2016)  Music

Posted by mark70 at June 8, 2016
Psychic Temple - Plays Music For Airports (2016)

Psychic Temple - Plays Music For Airports (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 54:58 min | 126 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Joyful Noise Recordings

Psychic Temple, led by band/cult leader Chris Schlarb and featuring Mike Watt (Minutemen), Sheridan Riley (Avi Buffalo), Paul Masvidal (Cynic, Death), jazz trumpeter Kris Tiner and more, has reimagined Brian Eno's 1979 ambient landmark Music For Airports. The group's own version of "Music for Airports 1/1" was recorded in one afternoon, live in the studio without headphones, overdubs, edits or effects.