Thursday, August 6, 2015

Analogy vol.1 (compilation - 2005)




Create - Analogue Revival [8:02]
Remotion - Freeflight [5:17]
Loren Nerell & Steve Roach & Chuck Oken - Zone Patrol [8:14]
Paul Ellis & Steve Roach - Where are you? [5:58]
4m33s - Elegy [3:56]
Gert Emmens - The Morning after [6:23]
Syn - Viking Mission II [7:52]
Russell Storey - Cosmic Kiwi [6:43]
Kees Aerts - Grey Keys [7:45]
Altres - Brain Flame [7:54]
Modulator ESP - Tsunami [5:18]
Ian Tescee - Aquamarine [3:49]

The "Analogy Vol. 1" compilation was spawned under the ruling that each artist could use no more than 3 analogue synths (not counting drum machines, effects units, etc.). The music ranges from traditional sequencer-based berlin school (create, syn, altres, modulator esp), via melodical (remotion, emmens, aerts, tescee), ambient (ellis and roach, 4m33s) to experimental (nerell, roach and oken, storey).                                                                                                           
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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks good, I love comps. I know Steve Roach is good. Thanks.

Zero the hero said...

Thank you

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Oleg Romanov said...

THANKS FOR GREAT MUSICAL COLLECTION! I WOULD LIKE TO WISH LONG LIVE TO YOUR BLOG. GOOD LUCK!

Jim Marven said...

Hi everyone, I already posses quite a few songs in my playlist, but I need more. I've already listened to/possess full discographies of bands like Backstreet Boys, Boyzone, Michael Learns to Rock, R.E.M, Coldplay, The Corrs, Simon & Garfunkel, Secondhand Serenade, Linkin Park, Evanescence, Nickel Creek, Trading Yesterday, The Fray, Switchfoot, Snow Patrol, OneRepublic, Breaking Benjamin, Secret Garden, Enya, Iron & Wine, Celtic Woman, Josh Groban, Westlife, Lady Antebellum, Ryandan, Rascal Flatts, Death Cab for Cutie and so on, so you may skip songs from these bands since I most likely have heard them.

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Anonymous said...

Very good compilation with awful cover