Rob Dougan ‎– Films: Past And Future



I'm Not Driving Anymore (Instrumental) 4:08
Speed Me Towards Death (Instrumental) 4:28
Ben Kedim (Instrumental) 5:28
Qasimodo's Dream (Instrumental) 4:40
The Return (Instrumental) 4:57
She's Leaving (Instrumental) 3:59
A Drawing Down Of Blinds 6:17
Vale (Ave Atque Vale) 4:45
Undone By London (Instrumental) 4:24
There's Only Me (Instrumental) 5:34
Beautiful Things (Instrumental) 4:54
Chateau 3:24
Will You Follow Me? 3:47
Open Sore (Instrumental) 4:55
Left Me For Dead (Instrumental) 4:41
Miscellaneous (Instrumental) 2:54
Born Yesterday (Instrumental) 7:33
Frescobaldi's Toccata 4:34
Furious Angels (Instrumental) 5:30
Nothing At All (Instrumental) 5:30
Instrumental 4:30

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October 26, 2020
referencing Films: Past And Future, 2xCD, Comp, none

Please ignore manchund's comment which is thoroughly incorrect (it seems that hardly anyone bothers to check that what they are posting on the internet is factual these days). The generous 21 tracks include an album's worth of brand new compositions, all of which are very beautiful musical pieces, just what is needed in the weird and unsettling times we live in.


July 24, 2020
referencing Films: Past And Future, 3xLP, Comp, none

I love the content of the album. Rob Dougan is a master, however the mastering isn't perfect on this vinyl. It's either that my sound system is not designed for classical music (however playing Hans Zimmer live album is top notch on it) or there is something that truly lacks. Not saying it's bad but could be better and could have more dynamics. Other than this, the vinyl is not noisy, the tracklisting is great and the design is also nice. Happy to have it in my collection.


January 4, 2019
referencing Films: Past And Future, 21xFile, FLAC, Comp, RM, none
95% of these tracks were the CD2 of his Furious Angels release. Not worth the money spent on the Pledge campaign as there are only a few different tracks/instrumentals.