Move/D* ‎– The Silent Orbiter

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Limited to 250 copies.

From the liner notes:
"Dear Pete,

It's been a year now since the terrible and unexpected loss of your physical presence. Hardly a single day has passed without thoughts of you. Always took you for granted and the projects we would have in our pensionary days.

All I can say is, how proud I am to have had the opportunity to work with you intensively and to have you as a dear friend. Still wish I would have communicated this better, being a more reliable and present friend to you.

The music here, I was carrying around with me for a while - never quite knew where it came from and why I came up with such a dark and sincere piece. I always wanted to give it to you, but save it for the right moment - never would have thought this would be my requiem for you, until I realised that this is what it really is...

You're sadly missed by so many, but your music will resonate with us, hope you're listening, too - out there somewhere...

Love D
Heidelberg
2013-11-15 "

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP50
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI JU17
  • Matrix / Runout: 4-12B1 (SM1-E10119/3A) IFPI LP50
  • Other: www.mobineko.com

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colpi

colpi

April 15, 2015

I listen to this on headphones when i'm doing work and needing to focus. I find the humming, purring, clicking, and slippery leather + nylon fabric sounds create an oddly comforting atmosphere. The overall soundscape makes me feel like i'm in a cozy little space station, silently orbiting the Earth. Amazing album, and beautiful dedication to Pete Namlook.
Thesorus

Thesorus

February 28, 2014
Just received my copy (1 hour ago); All I can say is that it is very good, but very dark and full of anguish.