No Subject May 6, 2009
Written by sapindo
Some sparkling jewels buried in the sand.
Not very easy to find the treasure but if your ears have a kind of perseverance, you will be rewarded. A profusion of ideas.
Cross crisis in the lust storm is "Brillantissime".
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|Will it be on CD? Sat., Apr 14, 2007|
Posted by: foolsmate
Like some other reviewers have asked will this be avaialbe on CD?
If so then I would definately by a copy. I would like to have a quality
hard copy that I can listen to on my high end hi-fi Read more
|This is the music that turned Ahriman to Mithra Sun., Mar 25, 2007|
Posted by: dave_reckoning
This is the pure stuff. As spooky as An Index of Metals, with 13 hyper-cosmos worlds to explore within. Perhaps the most potent and deeply mind altering vibrations that conciousness allows.
|A Treasure Chest. Tue., Feb 13, 2007|
Posted by: LouieB
Fripp and Eno have done it again with their latest release "The Cotswold Gnomes". Compiled by Brian Eno from unreleased material that dates back to over a decade, this download is a genuine treasure chest from these two musical Read more
|Collectors Thu., Jan 18, 2007|
Posted by: ronmadigan
Studio-sweepings of Masters, and worth hearing in that sense, but one wonders if perhaps in the bad old days of Record Companies, the company would have either not released this, put it out as filler on a single (hence marginal Read more
| London, UK March 14, 2006|
Posted by: paladino
The old duo is very excellent. But...i prefere one only long track with all obliquities! Francesco Paladino
|The Cotswold Gnomes Tue., Jan 2, 2007|
Posted by: sergegirard
Waiting for the complete CD version. I donít like MP3 etcetera!
|Soon to be on CD? Wed., Dec 13, 2006|
Posted by: lotusm50
Will this be released on CD (or any form other than download)? Iíd buy this in a second, but I donít download music (too easy to lose, CD-Rís have very limited longevity, and most reasonably permanent/secure storage options are expensive, Read more
|One of the best Wed., Dec 6, 2006|
Posted by: millingt
DGM continues to offer great recordings. This is one of the best. Even though it is a compilation, it feels like an album. It sounds very modern. And reminds me of the Altair piece from the Equitorial Stars album that Read more
|Excellent Fri., Nov 10, 2006|
Posted by: schnuckenack
Just one word: itís great! Itís a fantastic recording, no way!
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