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post #31 of 44
ILDJARN - Landscapes

post #32 of 44
Quote:
Originally posted by Thrasher
ILDJARN - Landscapes

Care to elaborate more about what type of music it is? (synthesizer, vocal, instrumental??)


I forgot to add another artist:

David Arkenstone

Here's a link with some samples.
http://www.narada.com/images/AlbumPa...onary_page.htm

I particularly like "Valley in the Clouds."
post #33 of 44
Quote:
Originally posted by Ticky
Care to elaborate more about what type of music it is? (synthesizer, vocal, instrumental??)


I forgot to add another artist:

David Arkenstone

Here's a link with some samples.
http://www.narada.com/images/AlbumPa...onary_page.htm

I particularly like "Valley in the Clouds."
It's synthesizer ambient-type music. It's a side project of a black metal band.
post #34 of 44
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Something new for me - Esquivel
post #35 of 44
Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon

or

Marvin Gaye - Whats Going On

These work for me anyway
post #36 of 44
I just bought a new CD by Moya Brennan. She the lead singer in Clannad. Its very similar to Clannad's music, but it has a more modern take. Has a very theatrical feel to it.

Folks who like Enya and/or Clannad should check this album out. Very good stuff.

Moya Brennan - "Two Horizons."
post #37 of 44
Chicane "Behind the Sun" If you haven't checked it out already.
post #38 of 44
i like some ambient/psychedelic electronica stuff

you may dig
shpongle and ott of twisted records
anything from dakini records (ishq, makyo)
maybe.. tuu
and those 'natural meditation' cds arent bad
post #39 of 44
Here are few more.

Lights on Ivory Plains by Emerald Web -- Celtic harp in a gentle electronic texture. Wonderful night music.

Rosa Mystica
by Therese Schroeder-Sheker -- harp and sorprano voice, singing a cross-cultural, cross-temporal selection of songs. The sound is not as good as I would wish, but the music makes up for anything.

Night in the Vapor Jungle by John Flomer -- melodic and atmospheric electronic textures. Serene and mysteriouswithout falling into "sap music" sterotypes.

Inspired by a new thread on Lila Downs, I also recommend her album Tree of Life
post #40 of 44

Some of my favourites in this theme:

 

 

Brian Eno - Ambient 1: Music For Airports

Steven Halpern - Spectrum Suite (re-released as Chakra Suite)

Steve Roach - Dreamtime Return

 

 

Also, Shpongle are fab, but they may not be everyone's cup of (DM)T. biggrin.gif


Edited by Windsor - 5/18/12 at 9:55pm
post #41 of 44

bliss - a thousand angels - it's beautiful

cafe del mar series is pretty good chillout fare

post #42 of 44

Lisa Gerrard has some really beautiful stuff

 

post #43 of 44

Look out David Parsons if you want. I very much like his relaxing music.

post #44 of 44

BT- This Binary Universe 

 

Quite a special album.

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