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Mathias Grassow - In Search of Sanity CD Tribal Ambient OOP!


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MATHIAS GRASSOW - In Search of Sanity 1993 CD, NO-CD Records. Mathias Grassow is one of the true pioneers and long-time practitioners of electronic ambience and electronic minimalism. He has become widely recognized as "the King of the Ambient Drone" and folks often compare his soundscapes to "organized refrigerator hum." They mean that as a compliment. Grassow's deeply emotional, spiritual, and personal electronic music is ambient as defined by Brian Eno. It is interesting enough to be the focus of deep listening and innocuous enough to be part of the environment. "In Search of Sanity" is a bit more 'tribal' in nature than some of his numerous other commercial releases, using the digeridoo to good effect. This is one of his most difficult CDs to find, hence the high price tag. (Out of print and rare.) This CD should appeal to fans of Steve Roach, Vidna Obmana, Jeff Greinke, Alio Die and other similar artists. CD is in Near Mint condition. Tracks: 1 Beyond The Dreamtime Wall (5:07) 2 Pulse Of The Desert (11:32) 3 Conjuration (7:44) 4 Troubles (13:27) 5 Donegal (9:32) 6 The Countenance Of Extinction (21:35) 7 Kilree (8:43)

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