Benjamin Lew ‎– Compiled Electronic Landscapes 1982-93

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Crammed Discs ‎– CRAM 104
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1 Benjamin Lew Joyeux Regrets Imprécis 2:42
2 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown Une Telle Richesse
Drums – Alain Lefebvre
4:12
3 Benjamin Lew Les Traces D'Un Pont 3:13
4 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown Dans Les Jardins
Percussion – Marc Hollander
7:35
5 Benjamin Lew Ce Qu'Elle Voulait Que J'Entende
Harmonica – Luc Van Lieshout
3:17
6 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown Moments
Drums – Alain LefebvreGuitar – Vini Reilly
4:35
7 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown Passage
Percussion – Marc Hollander
1:45
8 Benjamin Lew La Magnifique Alcoolique 3:24
9 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown Bamako Ou Ailleurs 4:16
10 Benjamin Lew Partout Du Sable
Violin – Blaine L. Reininger
3:36
11 Benjamin Lew Le Sentiment De La Couleur 4:02
12 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown Au Sujet D'Un Paysage
Voice – Rami Fortis
3:46
13 Benjamin Lew Wewak, Port Sur Le Pacifique 1:39
14 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown Profondeur Des Eaux Des Laques
Guitar – Vini Reilly
3:34
15 Benjamin Lew Comme Tout Embué, Tout Danse
Violin – Blaine L. Reininger
4:13
16 Benjamin Lew Tori, Près De La Soierie 3:20
17 Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown De L'Autre Côté Du Fleuve 4:06
18 Benjamin Lew Regardez Encore 3:23

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Tracks 4, 7, 9, 17 are from the album "Douzième Journée: Le Verbe, La Parure, L'Amour" by Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown (1982).
Tracks 2, 6, 12, 14 are from the album "A Propos D'Un Paysage" by Benjamin Lew & Steven Brown (1985).
Tracks 1, 3, 10, 13, 15, 16 are from the album "Nebka" by Benjamin Lew (1988).
Tracks 5, 8, 11, 18 are from "Le Parfum Du Raki" from Benjamin Lew (1993).

Jewel case packaged in an O-card.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 410377 001558
  • Barcode (String): 5410377001558
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100462866-0101 21 A0
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94X3
  • Label Code: LC 08689
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM GEMA

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February 28, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

I am one of those who thinks that, asside a few exception (Brian Eno, Francis Dhomont and a few more I still haven't heard), the vast majority of electronic music released in the mid-80's sounds quite dated now. But I got really surprised to see how good this compilation gets; Airy melodies, meditative mood, timeless arrangements, subtle changes...This evocative music paved the way for artists like Susumu Yokota (Sakura & Grinning Cat). It's perfect music for daydreaming and lazy afternoons.