I love looking at other people's playlists, so I thought I would post another one of mine. There are a few CDs that are really making a mark on me at the moment, so I thought they were worth a mention:
1. Jon Hassell - Maarifa Street
I bought this a few weeks ago, and it has been on the player regularly since. It seeps into your consciousness. This is his best album in years - I love the reconstruction of live and studio sounds. Different things lurk up out of the mix each time I listen.
2. John Foxx / Harold Budd - Translucence / Drift Music
This one has been a regular play each time I sit down to work. The best ambient piano-based music I have heard in a long time. The second CD has fantastic blurred sound passages.
3. Brian Eno - Glitterbug
The album that was never released, because Eno sent the tapes to Jah Wobble who made 'Spinner'. I like both albums for different reasons. This one was a soundtrack to a Derek Jarman movie.
4. Jon Hassell - Live in Nice 1997
Taken from a radio broadcast - fantastic music. Hassell live is every bit as exciting as Hassell in the studio.
5. The Coral - The Invisible Invasion
A local band - got the album for Father's Day last weekend. A great mix of 60s beat, Teardrop Explodes and Echo & the Bunnymen. Really catchy hooks in each song, and a heap of unusual endings.
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