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Stephen Palmer - I Dream Of Urs Amman download mp3 album
I Dream Of Urs Amman
Drone, Downtempo, Ambient
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I am the final silence The last electrician alive And they called me the sparkle I was the best I worked them all. New ways, new ways I dream o. ead the full lyrics for I Dream Of Wires. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics.


1.1 Einfachheit
2.1 Tochter Der Stimme
3.1 Schönheit
4.1 Border Land Part 1
4.2 Border Land Part 2
5.1 Achtundsiebzig
6.1 Lugtgesang


Comes in a large DVD-style 6-CD case.
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On 1 August 2009 Ambientlive released a large scale solo work from Stephen Palmer. This work consists of six albums, each one evoking a particular electronic music sound. The title refers to Urs Amman, the painter who designed the covers of Klaus Schulze records in the 70s like Timewind and Picture Music. This collection can be viewed as a tribute to / evocation of great electronic music and Klaus Schulze's music in particular. While not being a "copy" of KS music, it clearly echoes his works, especially from the 70s. The first two CDs were recorded with old analogue synthesizers - the Yamaha CS-30L and the Korg MS-20 - and these albums also feature the sounds of very early string synthesizers – the Logan and the Freeman. They are reminiscent of early KS (pre-sequencer). The fourth CD features many different instruments, including the bouzouki, flutes, voice and a string orchestra. It generates a type of meditative intstrumental music, which is the least related to KS music of all 6 CDs. The fifth CD features the expressive drumming of Erich Z. Schlagzeug, and is the closest reminder of KS in the 70s, with sequenced rhythm, drums on top and solo voices; extremely well done too. The last CD features mallet instruments and a string orchestra. Warmly recommended if you like progressive/electronic music with a clear 70s flavour.