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    Remember Remember - The Quickening.


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    Sixto Rodriguez - Cold Fact.

    Made famous by the documentary about him called Searching for Sugar Man.

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    Box Scaggs - Sierra. Beautiful.

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    Buena Vista Social Club for holiday balcony chilling

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    How's the listening going, Dave? Highlights so far?
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    Some cracking albums artists mentioned.

    Klf-Chillout is fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    What do you listen to when you just want to get lost in relaxation?
    Beck made a decent LP called "Morning Phase" - worth a go maybe ...
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    Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2.

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    Love a bit of jazz. Jim Hall, Chet Baker, Paul Desmond and others - Concierto De Aranjuez. It’s 20 minutes long and based on a piece by a Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo but it blows me away every time I listen to it.

    Miles Davis also does a version on his album ‘Sketches of Spain’ which is a great listen as well.

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    Moby - Long Ambients
    Emeralds - Does It Look Like Im Here?
    Bing & Ruth - Tomorrow Was The Golden Age
    Alice Coltrane - World Sprituality Classics
    2814 - 新しい日の誕生/Birth of a New Day (had to copy & paste this one - its great though)

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    Biosphere- Substrata is great music to get lost in. As are most of his records.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    How's the listening going, Dave? Highlights so far?
    It's all good, Matty.

    No highlights as such because I'm only listening to them once and for ambience rather than study.

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    It is 15 years old now but give The Postal Service's "Give Up" album a go. It is still my "go-to" chill out album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overdrive View Post
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    It is 15 years old now but give The Postal Service's "Give Up" album a go. It is still my "go-to" chill out album.
    Ah, great choice. Wish Ben Gibbard was making stuff like that nowadays instead of the insipid last 2 Death Cab for Cutie albums.

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    All is dream or deserters songs or if you prefere instrumental deserters songs( instrumental) by Mercury Rev not everyone’s cup tea but nice laid back


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    Morcheeba - Big Calm

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    Quote Originally Posted by archiecoby View Post
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    Love a bit of jazz. Jim Hall, Chet Baker, Paul Desmond and others - Concierto De Aranjuez. It’s 20 minutes long and based on a piece by a Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo but it blows me away every time I listen to it.

    Miles Davis also does a version on his album ‘Sketches of Spain’ which is a great listen as well.
    Would echo this. ‘Sketches of Spain’ by Davis or Rodrigo’s ‘’Concierto de Aranjuez’ are essentially the same music but both are quintessential Andalucian in tone and perfect for a hot evening in Caiscais or anywhere on the Iberian peninsula.

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    Would echo this. ‘Sketches of Spain’ by Davis or Rodrigo’s ‘’Concierto de Aranjuez’ are essentially the same music but both are quintessential Andalucian in tone and perfect for a hot evening in Caiscais or anywhere on the Iberian peninsula.
    I also like 'Summer Night' that is on the Quiet Nights album by Miles Davis as well - has the same kind of feel. Like you are sitting somewhere on the Mediterranean when you are listening to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by archiecoby View Post
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    I also like 'Summer Night' that is on the Quiet Nights album by Miles Davis as well - has the same kind of feel. Like you are sitting somewhere on the Mediterranean when you are listening to it
    Good shout, got Iberian and sitting on the pavement all over it
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    I got inspired.

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    Chill out Jazz 🎺 🎹
    A must any Sunday 😊

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    Caught this chap in a 2000 year old Amphitheater as part of Dimensions Festival in Pula, Croatia the other week. Was pretty special

    He's playing The Usher Hall next February too.

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    Morcheeba - Big Calm
    Indeed, brilliant album from start to finish.

    Been listening to a bit of Mac Demarco of late, some cool stuff, very chill for the most part.

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    The Sound Of The Cosmos - Tom Middleton Cd3 especially one of the finest chill/downtempo mixes I've listened too.

    Voyage into Paradise - Dr Alex Patterson ...another that is well worth the listen.

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    Fleet Foxes by Fleet Foxes chills me, great album.

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    Blue Rose Code - he's a good Hibby anaw

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    The Cinematic Orchestra

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    Penguin Cafe Orhestra. If I'm ever in a foul mood "Air a danser" usually puts a smile on my face.

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