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Sounds And Silence Music for The Film
Arvo Part, Keith Jarrett, Jan Garbarek, Eleni Karaindrou, Anouar Brahem, Dino Saluzzi, Anja Lechner, Nik Bartsch, Gianluigi Trovesi, Marilyn Mazur and co.



Sounds Of The British Coastline A Journey In Sound Along The Shores Of Britain
Including a colony of grey seals among the sand dunes of Lincolnshire; a Northumberland cliff face alive with kittiwakes and fulmars; waves lapping on a shingle beach; herring gull.



Sounds Of The Deep An Exploration Of Life In Our Seas
From the Antarctic to the Caribbean: the humpback whale, the blue whale, dusky dolphins, bottlenose dolphins, the walrus, harp seals, the courtship call of the male haddock.




Laurie Spiegel The Expanding Universe
Classic 1980 electronica: pioneering, live interaction with computer-based logic. The four original album tracks, plus fifteen nearly all new out. Succinct, lucid Minimalism, citing Bach and Fahey as influences.



Laurie Spiegel Unseen Worlds
Late-eighties works re-released by Spiegel's own label, after the demise of the original imprint Scarlet Records.



Sam Spence Sam Spence Sounds
Synth japes from the Krautrock milieu, with an eye on commerce. Spence was born in San Francisco in 1927. He studied under Poulenc in Paris. By the late sixties he was in Germany with one of its first Moogs.



Bruno Spoerri Gluckskugel
Part of the Can milieu, Spoerri made concrete music-for-industry using primitive sampling and experimental psych-rock and funk musicians. 'I love this record' Carl Craig.





Stephen John Kalinich A World Of Peace Must Come
A close collaborator and friend of The Beach Boys, his was the first issue by their Brother Records imprint. This was cut at Brian Wilson's house in 1969 and thought to have been lost.





Steve Reich Drumming
Essential Steve Reich performed by So Percussion crisp-biscuit playing and recording.