IDMf - Electronic Music & Production Forum - IDMforums.com - View Single Post - Your top 5 essential ambient albums? Lets have 'em!
View Single Post
Old 10-04-2009, 09:19 AM   #20
agreth
Master of the LFO
agreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MCagreth is a savage MC
agreth's Avatar
Sydney
Age: 31
Posts: 419
MC Status: 1465792
Thanks: 12
Thanked 71 Times in 54 Posts
Re: Your top 5 essential ambient albums? Lets ave em!

Quote:
Originally Posted by soundwave View Post
Mu; Masters of Psychedellic Ambience - Atom Heart/Tetsu Ionue - (personal fave from two masters, rare as rocking horse shit back in the day but on iTunes now)

Dreamfish - Pete Namlook/ Mixmaster Morris - (classic trippy ambient album from the early 90's, bubbly, deep and analogue)

Outland - Pete Namlook/Bill Laswell - (my fave dark ambient album, something a Sith would listen too after a long day killing Jedi)

Biosphere - Dropsonde - (a little more upbeat than some other albums from Gier but it's pure class)

Waiting for Cousteau - Jean Michel Jarre - (the 40min title track is still a masterpiece even by today's standards tho the rest of the album is more for the fanboys like me)


Whats your top five?


(btw please be a little more original than SAWII, FSOL or The Orb which are bleeding obvious)
Thanks a lot. It really helps when people put little descriptions next to their choices. I'm just getting into ambient so I don't recognise a lot of the titles.
agreth is offline   Thanks Reply With Quote