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Chrissie's Last Swim

by Spielberger

Over 45 minutes of often haunting, ethereal, melodic and cinematic ambient soundscapes harkening back to the beginning's of experimental, generative, electronic music pioneered by artist's such as Brian Eno, King Krimson and Cluster.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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1. The Town Meeting
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2. The Expert
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3. July 4th
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4. Face to Face
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5. Hooper Goes In
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6. End Titles
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Chrissie’s Last Swim holds over 45 minutes of often haunting, ethereal, melodic and cinematic ambient soundscapes harkening back to the beginning’s of experimental, generative, electronic music pioneered by artist’s such as Brian Eno, King Krimson and Cluster.

“Opening with the white noise of “The Town Meeting,” the album starts like a long frozen moment of horror that is the shark attack. “The Expert,” arrives to bring some calm to the proceedings, as a whispering howl ever so slowly fades in for over a minute and then seems to blow and recede, as a soft metallic metronome beat keeps a rhythm for the ghostly sound that only seems to follow the pattern of the wind. “July 4th” opens with a metallic quaver that sounds like it must come from an electric guitar, yet one cannot discern any plucking on it. The noise ebbs and flows for eight minutes to reveal a calm layer of whistling synth noise below the din, which quietly fades away over the course of a minute. Steve Reich would be proud.” -Hans Morgenstern – Independent Ethos


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