Various ‎– The Ambient Cookbook

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Fax +49-69/450464 ‎– PKPWPS 3
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4 × CD, Compilation, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

1-1 Sad World Treasury 10:10
1-2 Ambiant Otaku Holy Dance 15:36
1-3 Music To Films Music For Films (Movement 5) 13:08
1-4 From Within Sad Alliance 12:26
1-5 Silence Heaven (Aw-Cut) 6:54
1-6 I.F. Kisy Loa 14:09
1-7 4Voice 4Vl Outro 2:24
2-1 Zenith (6) Electro Dreams 11:34
2-2 Air (2) Travelling Without Moving (Trip #9) 8:23
2-3 Transonic Time Span Zero 7:11
2-4 The Putney Angel Circle 12:38
2-5 Shades Of Orion Biotrip 24:10
2-6 Datacide Data Haiku 6:23
3-1 Electro Harmonix Floating Sync 11:11
3-2 Namlook* The Gate To The Milky Way (Excerpt From Namlook IX) 8:26
3-3 David Reeves Astralbohrer 5:48
3-4 Chris Meloche Loop 6 (Excerpt) 10:00
3-5 The Whole Traffic Talk 16:47
3-6 Daniel Pemberton Antarctica 6:34
3-7 Aerial Service Area Another Green Airport 15:03
4-1 Pete Namlook Music For Ballet (Excerpt) 7:27
4-2 Transonic Whirlpool (Slow Spiral Of Clouds) Excerpt 6:50
4-3 David Moufang In / Out 15:58
4-4 XJacks Celophane 10:59
4-5 Wechselspannung Wechselspannung (Excerpt) 6:40
4-6 Organic Cloud Chill In Chill Out 12:56
4-7 Namlook* Subharmonic Interference (Excerpt From Namlook VII) 11:24

Notes

Limitation: 1000

A mixed selection of the finest, most soothing ambient releases on the Fax record label at the time. Features tracks from not only Pete Namlook, but other major influences such as Tetsu Inoue, Jonah Sharp, etc.

The booklet has a cookbook feeling to it, and has many delicious recipes to cook to while listening to the music (but only as a suggestion).

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AmbientBlackJack

AmbientBlackJack

December 8, 2014

ESSENTIAL 4 ALL AMBIENT / NAMLOOK / FAX / FANS
alcheme

alcheme

August 21, 2003

This compilation represents the golden age of ambient when it reached a peak of beautification, soulful analog and structured rhythms....

The CookBook is a must. But oh so RARE! Too bad mine was stolen in 1997.

~Shane