* * * * * RÁDIO ETIÓPIA - SO FAR * * * * *

2012-05-25 10:18:19 UTC

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I was in a bit of a dilemma in terms of which one to post between episode [ 6 ] and episode [ So Far ]. But in the end it all boils down to [ So Far ] purely base on the flawlessness, the arrangement of each piece the finest in the mixes and the artwork. Quite plain and simple and I'm saying this for the 100th time BRILLIANT COMPILATION.

Small Quote From [ Cloudhopper ] ~ Bravo. What a rich feast this is... My personal favourite moments from the first listen, and as I press play again. " Hector Zazou & John Cale – First evening " followed by " Doveman - The best thing " and the wonderful reading of " Paradise Lost ". Whose voice is this? YET... another superb compilation. I don't know how you guys do it! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < < < < < < [ NICELY DONE [ RE TEAM ]. GUYS... BY ALL MEANS. DO NOT SKIP THIS ENTRY ]. > > > > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RELATED ARTISTS...

[ Hauschka ] [ Don’t Look Back ] [ Aesthesys ] [ Airspace Falling ] [ Logh ] [ Peter Broderick ] [ Clogs ] [ Mount Eerie ] [ Seabear ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < < < < < < < < < [ Stream Listen " or " Direct Download " BE SURE TO HAVE A GO ]. > > > > > > > > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] Album - SO FAR [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Classical, Experimental, Post-rock, Mod-classical [ SIMPLY EPIC / POST OF THE DAY ] Tracklist 01. Hauschka - So far (0.00:09) 02. The Gift – Open window (0.03:50) 03. [Don’t Look Back – Everything burns + Dennis Hopper – Blue Velvet OST (dialogue excerpt)] (0.09:02) 04. Adolfo Luxúria Canibal – A Antonin Artaud (Mário Cesariny) (0.14:32) 05. Hector Zazou & John Cale – First evening (0.20:00) 06. (Clouwbeck – Gossan + Joshua Clover – Chreia) (0.26:09) 07. Doveman – The best thing (0.35:09) 08. Six Organ Of Admitance – Procession of cherry blossom spirits (0.38:13) 09. The Gift – Senhsucht (0.41:32) 10. Aesthesys – Elegy (0.46:17) 11. Airspace Falling – Landmark charred (0.49:06) 12. Logh – End cycle (0.54:03) 13. George Winston – Forbidden forest (0.56:26) 14. Vinicio Capossela – Lanterne rosse (0.58:43) 15. Peter Broderick – Query (1.03:43) 16. (Clogs – Thom’s night out + John Milton – Paradise lost) (1.06:03) 17. Mount Eerie – My heart is not at peace (1.12:31) 18. Seabear – Piano hands (1.15:45) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STREAM LISTEN: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - SO FAR DIRECT DOWNLOAD: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - SO FAR -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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