Larry Heard ‎– Sceneries Not Songs, Volume One.

Black Market International ‎– B.M.I 020, Black Market International ‎– B.M.I.020, Black Market International ‎– BMI 020
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  • ArtworkToshio Nakanishi
  • CGI Artist [Mac Tek Assist By]Issei
  • Composed By, Engineer, Programmed By [Computer Programming, Synthesizer Programming], Drum Programming, Keyboards [Key Board Improvisation], Mixed ByLarry Heard


All Compositions, Engineering, Computer Programming, Synthesizer Programming, Drum Programming, Keyboard Improvisation and Mixing by Larry Heard.
Recorded from March 3, '94 to March 12, '94
Published by V.C.V. Music
Artworks for Major Force Art Dept.

Spine: B.M.I 020
Booklet: B.M.I.020
Disc: BMI 020

2. misspelled "Tahiti Dask" in booklet.
5. listed as "Summer Breeze" on disc.
6. listed as "Winter Winds and Chill" on disc.
8. listed as "One, Three, Five, Seven" on disc.

Track info in booklet:

1. 08:28:08./116BPM
2. 07:53:15./101BPM
3. 10:20:17./118BPM
4. 05:26:24./107BPM
5. 07:41:18./96BPM
6. 03:17:03./93BPM
7. 05:19:14./96BPM
8. 05:20:14./115BPM
9. 05:19:05./93BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): BMI 020 · 1:0 -MASTERED BY NIMBUS-
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2302

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December 14, 2017

Dolphin Dream is just on another level. One of the best ....WOW..


September 22, 2017
When is the 180 gram 2xLP remastered re-issue coming?

Clone are you out there?


January 27, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Would love to see an vinyl repress of this. Alleviated Records?


December 24, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
i purchased a copy of this on the understanding it was the japan issue from a seller turned out it was a CD-R with a red silkscreen with no trace of the titles just a false bar code and dodgy artwork the original version is glass mastered and manufactured by Nimbus in with a Blue silkscreen also the frequency is also cut to 16khz very strange for 1994 i wonder if it was mastered like that in 1994?


February 4, 2012

Larry Heard most introspective and sublime release. Although there might be better individual songs whether for the dance floor flor for the lounge chair I cherish this cd the most. I had gotten this back in 2005 before the re-release came out for a good penny. When music is this good money isnt really a problem with me. Tracks like Tahiti Dask just go on and on and nobody questions why. Snowcaps might be my favorite Larry Heard track of all time. Or Summertime Breeze might be one of his most poignant pieces of music. Excellent island disk of yesteryear.


February 20, 2008
Larry Heard shocked the dance music community when he released this 1993 LP/CD comprised mostly of deep and jazzy atmospheric music rather than deep house stompers. It wasn't really a big departure from his emotive deep house sound, but this record found Heard delving even deeper into his jazz, fusion, and early 80s R&B roots, while putting the typical house music forms to the background. This is mostly a record to sit and listen to than to dance to, and it alienated some who were expecting another 4 on the floor house album from the creator of deep house. Nevertheless, it has gained respect over the years as an artistic masterpiece, and even warranted a cd re-release in 2006.