Wednesday, July 28, 2010

V.A. Hovering (2010)

ARTIST`````Various
ALBUM`````
Hovering
GENRE`````
Instrumental,
Guitar, Experimental, Folk, Spaghetti, Soundtrack, Acoustic, African
YEAR````````2010


Hover:
For the ones that liked the Landscapes compilation - it's on the similar direction but with a rather different tone. Almost all songs here are wonderful instrumentals I discovered in the last 6 months or so (mostly guitar). The only track with a full vocal is the magical
Amandrai by Ali Farka Touré.

As you will notice, the compilation is constantly divided by 1 minute long simple compositions of winds I mixed myself using some shitty effects and samples. Also - yeah I posted Calexico's El Morro again but I adore that track and it fitted really well within the selection. Just try to take it all in one listen - and leave some feedback:)

Tracklist:
01 ~~~ Wind 01
02 Dead Combo - Rumbero (2005)
03 Guano Padano - El Divino (2009)
04 Guido & Maurizio De Angelis - The Ransom (1977)
05 ~~~ Wind 02
06 Master Musicians Of Bukkake - Bukkake Sunrise (2004)
07 Gustavo Santaolalla - Deportation Iguazu (2006)
08 Leo Kottke - The Last Of The Arkansas Greyhounds (1971)
09 ~~~ Wind 03
10 Calexico - El Morro (1999)
11 M. Ward - John King's Watercolor Bicycle (2001)
12 Dirty Three - Obvious Is Obvious (1998)
13 ~~~ Wind 04
14 Bert Jansch & John Renbourn - Hole In The Coal (1966)
15 Ali Farka Touré - Amandrai (1988)
16 Toumani Diabate - Cantelowes (2008)
17 ~~~ Wind 05
18 Michael Brook & Brian Eno - Earth Floor (1985)
19 Michael Hedges - Aerial Boundaries (1984)
20 James Blackshaw - Past Has Not Passed (2008)
21 ~~~ Wind 06

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4 comments:

Raphael said...

hey dude i am passionated of music i listen to thousand of stuffs from the old rock to brutal death and funeral jazz and minimal techno and zheul and everything else

your blog is juste the best one

thank you

Raphaël from Paris

Panda Stuffer said...

Cheers Raphaël and thanks for the support:)

bobbyhailstorm said...

This is one of many breathtaking compilations, I only discovered this site recently & I am completely in awe of the range and texture of these blends. Outstanding.

Anonymous said...

link is dead :(

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