2350 Broadway ‎– 2350 Broadway

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Fax +49-69/450464 ‎– PW 05
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Tracklist

CD I
1-1 Vision Of Pulse 34:17
1-2 Raga 27:57
1-3 Tokai 9:37
CD II
Hands Of Light (72:50)
2-1 Untitled 10:00
2-2 Untitled 10:00
2-3 Untitled 10:00
2-4 Untitled 10:00
2-5 Untitled 10:00
2-6 Untitled 10:00
2-7 Untitled 10:00
2-8 Untitled 2:52

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Notes

NEW YORK

This album is the soundtrack to a city unworthy for a human being.
It was made on two hot days in an apartment at the old hotel in 2350 Broadway with the inspiration of a better world in our minds.

2350 Broadway
NEW YORK

Special thanks to:

Elisabeth
FABiA
Mark Goeder
Geir Jennsen
Ludwig Rehberg of EMS

Ingrid

Limitation: 500

Tracklisting for the second CD only states one title, Hands Of Light, which is spread over 8 tracks, those tracks are collectively numbered "4". The durations here listed for the second disc were taken from the disc's table of contents except for the index track which is the duration printed on the booklet. The actual duration of the whole second disc is 72:52.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): PW 05-1 P+O-17877-A1 09-93
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): PW 05-2 P+O-17878-A1 09-93
  • Label Code: LC 6269

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kristiannoer

kristiannoer

April 4, 2015
Excellent, excellent, excellent space-ambient from Namlook (RIP), & Inoue. Very transportive, very deep. All tracks are superb, but my favorite, would be the Hands of Light-suite. And there is a lot of woosh on these two cds, but i my opinion, all the better for it. It doesn´t blur the overall effect of the album, rather the contrary. Very dreamy stuff...wow...essential!!!
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

October 4, 2002
woosh is the predominant tone and experience in this by now classic release. hands of light is (thankfully) tracked out so if there's a section that makes you itch (for the lights down, incense ambient set in you) you can cue right to its general proximity. or if not, I've only been awake enough at the end like three time to really know how it ends it's a fade out tho. disc one is a little more grand with its intro. I like track three, it's the least wooshy out of the lot, and it's got kinda a rain type feel in it.